November 27, 2016


When you face a sudden death of someone close to you, the immediate shock
occupies all of your mind, cannot think of anything else, and as the passing of 
time ease the pain of the shock little by little, you begin to look for ways to clear 
the dark cloud in your mind.
That was what happened to me when I lost a close friend, a singer-song writer.
A little after his death, I wrote a lyric, and his son-also a singer-song writer-added
music to it. I helped the son to hold a concert every year for the past ten years, 
and just yesterday we had a party to celebrate the tenth year. For the occasion, I 
made an illustration with the lyric.

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