I remember when we were young.
How we used to play hide and seek at home,
How we used to tease and joke.
But mostly how we used to play alone.
I remember how you used to cry about every situation.
How you used to run when danger comes,
And how you will lie when you have done something wrong.
Now I remember you are no longer with me.
You are going to another place to rejoice and send harmony,
To give hospitality.
I realised you’re no longer my pillar, my friend and my shoulder to cry on.
No, I remember I need to be strong for obstacles.
The white sheet has been worn,
Which is a symbol you are gone.
Now I remember you are no longer my sister but a new member of a new family.
Now I remember I will always keep your memories safe.