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Timeless Love

Morning Star
Dedicated to Gene

Submitted by Frankie

I married my soulmate Gene in 1980, and we honeymooned in Hawaii in April. We loved everything, the people, the sun, the food, the islands. The following year, the spirit of aloha again beckoned, and we saved and saved and returned once more to the magic of the islands. We drove all around Oahu, taking in the majestic hills, the rolling and pounding surf and the glorius beauty everywhere you looked. Most evenings, we could be found in the Surfrider Lounge listening to the melodic sounds of Jay Larrin and his wonderful music. I still have his autographed albums, and play his beautiful compositions often. In his songs, I can see Hawaii once more.

A few years later, I was the lucky winner of a trip to Hawaii from the radio show "Hawaii Calls", which I listened to regularly. This truly must have been fate to be picked from entries all over USA and Canada. We were given an ocean front room at the magnicent Hilton Hawaiian Village, and treated to dinner at the exclusive Michels, both places we could only have dreamed of going. We fell in love all over again, with each other, and with the islands. The trip was a wonderful experience, and something we would never have been able to afford ouselves. Little did we know it would be our last visit to Hawaii. A couple of years later, my fit, 54 year old, healthy husband was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, shocking us and even his doctor. Three months later, he was gone. It has been eight years and I still miss him so much. I know it is time for me to move on with my life, and hopefully there will be another special person in my life in the years to come. I will return to Hawaii one day if fate and finances allow, to fulfil his last request and scatter his ashes over the waters he so loved. Mahalo for the wonderful memories.

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