Can You Go Through this Post Without Getting Your Heart Broken A little Bit?

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September 6, 2016
For those who have ever lost someone, the last moments shared are unforgettable and bring back a lot of memories and emotions. When Twitter user, @Toluderp decided to ask about last moments people shared with their late loved ones, the responses couldn’t be any more heartbreaking.

1. The person who remembered the soft laughter.

2. His late mother’s advise on having faith.

3. When it all ended with a proclamation of love.

4. The child that waited for her mother’s home-coming.

5. This goodbye was said in prayers.

6. The father who passed his responsibility to his son.

7. This really sad and heartbreaking moment.

8. His unforgettable birthday gift.

9. The friend that never made it out of the jungle.

10. This father thanked his daughter for taking care of him.

11. The little boy who never got his gift.

12. The threat that was hanging forever.

13. The grandfather who loved his children and grandchildren.

14. His father never made it to the new year.

@ToluDerp ” I’ve told the doc to discharge me, I will celebrate new year in my house”

Dad died 11.48pm Dec 31st.? — Kingdomboy® (@Ogunsolaadeniyi) September 2, 2016
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