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Maybe you were the ocean, when I was just a stone

by Kinga O., 20 year old cold hearted student from Hungary

67 comments · 4 · January 26, 2014

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Kinga Ovari - Persunmall Backpack, Sammydress Dress - Maybe you were the ocean, when I was just a stone
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#THISISMYSTORY #LOVENAILTREE

It’s been almost three months since I’ve lost her and not a day goes by without thinking of the purpose of life.
I clearly remember what I’ve felt, as she called me and said with her hoarse voice that it’s the end. She won’t survive. I tried to gulp back my tears and concentrate on her peaceful words. Cancer seemed to be the worst dictator of the history, who wants to get everything and rule the world, till all of his soldiers are dead. It was ruthless, cruel and nobody could stop it.

I was witness to her disease and I saw how it sucked away the last hope from her. She was as skinny as an eight-year-old girl, with pale skin and frail body. Everytime I visited her in the hospital, I’ve lost a piece of my soul there. I couldn’t help her, and I couldn’t stand to cry, because she didn’t deserve it. Nobody does.
After a while we knew: God lost her. So, we were praying for recovering and forgiveness all day long. And we tried to forget, that it’s impossible to get better soon.

I was on her side till the end, I held her hand for so long and one day she just passed away. But I can only remember, what a beautiful and breathtaking woman she was, and how much she helped my family. She came from the stars, and went to heaven as a real angel. There are no words to describe how much I miss her. I can’t see her face, hear her voice, touch her hair… We’ve been completely separated, since she closed her eyes forever.
I had no idea how bad it gets to live without her.

„Life's so ironic. It takes sadness to know what happiness is, noise to appreciate silence and absence to value presence.”

If I had a chance, I would tell her, she was one of my true friends I respected the most, she changed my life with her strength and courage, and she became a part of me. However, we can’t see each other anymore, she will always be with me in my memories, thoughts and decisions.

The one and only purpose of our existence is to change other people’s life. And to leave love behind, so they can smile when everything seems to be broken.

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Despoina Nancy Samiotaki
So stunning!!!!perfection<3333
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Rae Abigael Caacbay
dreamy :))) i love your words too. i think you
write well. anyway, fabulous bag!~
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Francesca Di Parma
Super awesome look ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
Beatiful story btw!
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Sivan Hackim
So sweet!
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Ivana Kada
such a touching story! I've just came back from the hospital where I had taken my husband, he is getting better but it's never easy...two worst things are to see someone you love in pain and to lose someone you love. There is no comfort to be found in these situations. What you have written reminded me a lot of what Frank Herbert wrote at the end of his last novel, a kind of tribute to his wife who died of cancer. What you have written was just as touching and sincere, wonderful writing.

You look so beautiful in these photos, honey!
Kinga Ovari
Oh thank you soo much!!
Mehdi Bel
perfect
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Karolinka K.
such a cute dress!
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Arn Frey
Cool!
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Laura La
so girly and cute! Perfect outfit!
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Oh-ana ...
Very cute dress. I love the bow /:)
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Josh S.
Love the dress! Beautiful outfit
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