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Why did fate choose my John to be taken away from me so unjustly? I sit here lonely wondering of the wonderful days I had with him. Until one day when darkness overtook such an affectionate love.

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Lukman Hussain Enduring Love There is nothing to do or say without my dearest John. Why did fate choose my John to be taken away from me so unjustly? I sit here lonely wondering of the wonderful days I had with him. Until one day when darkness overtook such an affectionate love. Deep inside my heart I knew that such a fatality would come but I was so shocked of how life could be so cruel and how someone so egotistic and cold hearted would do this. I do not know who she is and where she is but I will get her the way she left my John to die and left me and my children suffering. Because of her, I and my children, Rachel and Leo, are being tormented by the loss of someone so compassionate and loving of who died because of that selfish woman who has no heart for anyone. ...read more.

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I still loved John, still do and will forever because she was the one who always tempted my dearest John. So I sit here in my antique house on my antique chair, suffering and waiting till I get my hands on that woman. I have every evidence to know John was with another women and I will tear her to bits with my bear hands. The children are always silent; they never eat their meals because they miss their daddy and want him back. On the other hand Rachel and Leo are finally getting on together probably because of their father's death. It looks like both of them remarkably know how it feels when someone so close dies. It's funny how nature is always precise and perfect, just of when I thought how are the kids going to get through their lives without their dad, they are so calm and understand the situation. ...read more.

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had done this for her own greed yet she knew that she was destroying the life of a mother and two innocent children. Just before John had the affair I was waiting for a new child within seven months, unfortunately an abortion is out of the question because then it looks as if the baby was an accident especially when she was going out with John. The innocent child will ask of its dad, what will I say? How foolish would it be of me to cover it all up by something more pleasant? What if it is a he, who will lead and show it in a mans' perspective. I wish the baby grows up just like its father; so humble, sweet and brave. It will not know of its father and who will support me when I raise him/her up. What has the baby done to deserve this? Why did she have to spoil everything? ...read more.

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