Saturday, September 19, 2009

Don't leave me Ramadhan!

Ramadhan...Why do u have to leave me? Why do you have to leave so hastily? I treasure all the memories i had during the whole ramadhan.
This ramadhan is full of sorrow, melancholy. It's not the same as last year. Last year was merrier, but this year is a little less than that.
During sahur time, I would eat with both of my parents and my brother. But this year there's only three of us eating together as a family.
In the evenings, I would go to the Ramadhan's Bazaar, nearby our house with my mom and dad. but this year I accompanied my mom to the bazaar.
During fast breaking, we would eat together until our stomach was full. but this year, we ate quietly and stop eating when we felt like we want too.
During Isyak prayers and Tarawikh, my dad would drive the car to the mosque that we always went to. but this year, my mom and I did it at home.

The situation during last year's and this year's Ramadhan have lots of comparison between them.
Eventhough it sound a little frustrating and sorrowful, it's already apart of life that i have to face one day.

Ya Allah, berkatilah segala keikhlasanku beribadah kepadamu di dalam bulan ramadhan ini dan berkatilah hidup kedua ibu bapaku.

1 comment:

  1. Reading through what you have written here, I could feel exactly what you had felt having to break fast during the month of Ramadhan without someone who has been with you since the day you were borned. The only man that you love without any hesitation for 14 years. The one who you look up to. The one who has always been there to keep you safe. It's truly a sad state of affairs when a family breaks apart. I symphatise with you and I understand how you feel. Everything happens for a reason and only God knows why. Life has to go on... yes, even if it means having to go down that path without the one that you love.