Release Me and Do not Tear When I am Gone

Release Me and Do not Tear When I am Gone

Release Me and Do not Tear When I am Gone

        Everyone must leave others who he loves. This is the fate Allah upon His creatures. No one can reject. For this, we want to share a poem entitled “Release Me and Do not Tear When I am Gone”. We hope it can be one of our reflection on our life. (also Enjoy : Never Vanish Feeling Love)

This is the poem entitled Release Me and Do not Tear When I am Gone:  

When I am gone, release me, let me go.

I have so many things to see and do,

You mustn’t sob yourself to me clawing your skin,

But help me to find my destiny in your praying

You mustn’t tie yourself to me with too many tears,

But be thankful we had so many good years.

I gave you my love, and you can only guess

How much you’ve given me in happiness.

I thank you for the love that you have shown,

But now it is time I traveled on alone.

So grieve for me a while, if grieve you must

Then let your grief be comforted by trust

That it is only for a while that we must part,

So treasure the memories within your heart.

I won’t be far away for life goes on.

And if you need me, call and I will come. read more

The Pattern of Past Continuous Tense

The Pattern of Past Continuous Tense

Past Continuous Tense

The Pattern of Past Continuous Tense

       When we are talking about Past continuous Tense, it means that we are talking about the activity happens in the past. However it is rather different to Simple Past Tense. The past continuous is formed from the past tense of “be” with the – ing form of the “verb” or it can be formed by constructing as follows, (Also read : Pattern and usage of Simple Past Tense)

Pattern

( + ) Subject + was/were + Ving

          Suzan was washing dishes.

          They were playing kites.

( – )  Subject + was/were + not + Ving

          Suzan was not washing dishes.

          They were not playing kites.

( ? ) Was/Were + Subject + Ving

          Was Suzan washing dishes?

          Were they playing kites?

Note:           “Was” is used for subject He, She, It.

Were” is used for subject I, You, We, They.     

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Usage

  1. We use the simple past tense to talk about actions and states which we see as completed in the past.
  2. We can use it to talk about a specific point in time.
  3. We use the past continuous to talk about past events which went on for a period of time.
  4. We use it when we want to emphasize the continuing process of an activity or the period of that activity. (If we just want to talk about the past event as a simple fact, we use the past simple.)

Examples: read more