Monday, December 11, 2006

Half a Year

Half a year is a long time to miss
that smile, that laugh

That long since we basked in
your brilliance, your grace, your warmth

Six months seem like an eternity
but are a mere drop in the abyss
that are the years without you ahead

Anuj in front of the Charles River in Boston. Spring 2004.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know that each & every moment of
every single day is unbearable without our beloved Anuj.
On this Day of SIX Lonely,
Heartwrenching, & Painful Months,
I am keeping you in my thoughts
and prayers. Holding you close inside my heart. Remembering our
beloved Anuj with tears in my eyes and a broken heart.

Love you so much,
Ruby

9:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am reeling from reading about Anuj.I have vivid memories of just seeing him & feeling his vibrant, caring nature. I can just imagine how painful it must be for you.
The loss of people we love is so difficult and it is more difficult when it is our children. We are not supposed to lose our children.That is just not the order of the things.
Yes, Anuj has had most positive impact on this world in his brief time here and your idea of creating Scholarships in his
name is wonderful idea.
Your tribute to him was
wonderful.
Harriet & I feel fortunate
to have known him.
You will be in our thoughts & prayers. You are always welcome
with us.

Love & prayers,
Harriet and Allan

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The moments without you feel like eternity but the moments with you, then beside us, now within us, are timeless.

Love,
Meena

10:21 PM  
Anonymous hema said...

Not surprisingly Anuj is holding a newspaper in this picture. He had such an insatiable appetite for news. He also was the kind of person who wanted to give everyone access to knowledge, whether it was by ordering a subscription of Time magazine for his family or forwarding interesting articles to others. This is one of the many reasons I’m glad that we’re focused on a scholarship fund in Anuj’s name. To give young people access to education is a befitting way to honor Anuj.

-hema

1:25 PM  

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