loss of a friend  

broken731 35F
630 posts
5/18/2006 12:00 pm

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9/19/2006 5:23 pm

loss of a friend


This should have been done a long time ago, but i guess (as the old saying goes) it is better late then never. I have met some very good friends on here, one that i will never forget and he holds a dear place in my heart. This man died of cancer some 2 months ago. This man even on his death bed would come and check on you and see how you are. He always wanted to take away your pain he would bear the world on his shoulders if he could. He was a sweet funny endearing man and had many friends in the lobby. When he passed away it felt like part of me went with him. And i know a few others felt the same way too. I have a picture of him that i think about when times get to rough that remind me of him. It has him knelling on the ground with white fluffy snow all around him, hanging of the trees, making the background like a white palace of heaven. And rested on his hand was this little wild bird. Like it was the most natural thing in the world. The night that he died we had a tribute for him the lobby. I turned on my cam and invited everyone to listen in. Because of that picture i played the song Free Bird by Lynard Skynard. Okay have to stop this now before i make myself cry again. 10 baby i hope you have found your place in heaven and one day i will see you again.

AngelEyez4u2004 57F
1473 posts
5/18/2006 12:39 pm

awwwwww kiddo, I wasn't there for the tribute that night, but I remember being in the Lobby earlier in the day when most just found out about 10's death and remember you playing your song Broken and said it was for him. Was a very sad day for sure, although I unfortunately never got the chance to get to know him like u and several others did, was always such a pleasant man, and u are right, better late than never and I am sure that 10 is looking down on you, his friends and family with a big ole smile.


newboy9in 45M

5/19/2006 5:54 am

god flower i never even knew the guy but i was almost in tears reading this. i hope he has found his place. always cherish the memories.


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