Erlinna Noorazmi. Born on 27th November 1984, died on 11th March 2007. She died from cancer. May she rest in peace. There is nothing more to say except that I am glad, I am thankfull to god, that I was given the chance to meet such a wonderfull person. Even if I moved on, she will still have a place in my heart.
Went to Lahad Datu again, this time with my parents and sisters, bringing along ‘ubat penawar’ for her. But our effort is futile. God love her more and took her, to end her suffering. We arrive at Lahad Datu at about 11pm and went straight to the hotel. I was very tired from driving and told my mother to see Erlinna the next morning. At 3 o’clock in the morning I got a call from her parents. At first it was her father, but it seems that he couldn’t talk. My heart beating fast, I knew there’s something wrong. Then it was her mother. She told me Erlinna has moved on. I was speechless. My dad asks me if I wanted to go to the hospital. I said yes and took my car keys. Dad followed me. Reached the hospital, saw her lifeless body. I cried. I cried even more when her friend called me after they got my SMS.
Her father told me that her passing was easy. She took one long and deep breath, then blowing her final breath.
Before she when to critical, she told me that she wanted to see me, which I manage to do for one last time last week. She also asked me to accompany her with her dad to burry her, which I also did. She also asked me to take back the engagement ring, which I also did, and keep it in a special box. I have gotten used to wearing our engagement ring, now I have to remove it. I accept god’s will.
I will move on, she would like me to do so. When she was first diagnosed with cancer, she asked me to leave her and get me a new girlfriend. I refused. I said to her, “Only if you passed away”. She kept asking me that and I always answered the same thing. I consider that a promise to her, I will keep that promise.
Thank you for all who send their condolence, don’t have to worry about me. I will move on. However, I will still maintain her friendster profile, as long as I could. I would also post my final entry on our fotopages.
REST IN PEACE DEAR.