The first time I saw you I couldn’t believe my eyes.
You looked like an angel and I, just a stranger, An African man in Bulgaria. Was hooked by the second we talked. Almost tears in my eyes I just stared at your smile.How you lifted my spirit up high.
Lost in the moment I stumbled and crawled. See I almost went out of my mind.A few days after,you became part of my family. My children called you Aunty so lovingly…
Milka was a woman who believed in the power of love and kindness, and who lived her life inspiring others to believe the same. Words can’t express what you mean to me.Even though you’re gone, we are still friends.Till the day we meet again In my heart is where I’ll keep you, friend. Memories give me the strength I need to proceed The strength I need to believe
As we bid her farewell today, let’s remember her for who she truly was – an extraordinary woman, an inspiring friend, and a beacon of light that will continue to shine brightly in our hearts.
You may be gone, but you will live forever in our memories and in our hearts because you have given us a lifetime of memories filled with laughter, joy, and happiness. On behalf of all your (White and Black) friends-We love you and we wish you a peaceful sleep.
Author: Gbenga Teejay Okunlola