Death is not the same for Fionn as the rest of us. When someone dies he clinically seems to be able to see that sa s relief. He may cry, MAY not, but doesn’t relate a lot to the “remains” as we Irish do and can’t fathom why people KEEP crying – especially in his mind, if he sees the death as a happy release. He WOULD be more concerned about what it is doing to us. (helen)
When someone dies
when someone dies….a mixed bowl..
I am lucky enough to have not encountered death in my life.
The first time I really felt affected by a death was by the death of Michael Jackson. i cried a little.
It was really sad cos he was my favourite singer. I don’t really know what to feel. But when I heard about HOW he died I got angry. Cos a doctor should know how much medicine to give someone and what kind of medicine to give someone. That was a big bowl of mixed emotions for me.
A few years later my granda died. It was really sad and as soon as i heard i did cry for a few minutes but in a way I was sorta happy cos he was really old and life was becoming real tough for him. When he died we went up to my uncle eugenes house for the wake. seeing everyone else crying and sad made me feel sad as well. I don’t cry but i feel weird when everyone else does, and confused.It makes me feel strange. But it was really fun day. But when I went up to see him my mood changed. I became really sad. He looked so cold and blue. When we went to the burial, it was again a mixed bowl of emotions. After the burial we went to the pub and everyone cheered up. I had a great day! Plus Sunderland beat arsenal!
During the summer my neighbours granda died. I was quite sad but not really that sad cos I don’t know him. I texted my neighbour and told him I know what it feels like to lose a relative and that after a while you cheer up. I think he felt better after that.Recently my friend josh Gallagher died of killing himself. That was really sad cos he was bullied very badly and couldn’t take it any more. The next week at Panto practise we lit a candle each for him and everyone was crying. i mean everyone else. i didn’t. It was a really mixed bowl of emotions. On the last night of Panto, we lit Chinese lanterns in memory of josh, which was really emotious.
Overall death isn’t great
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