It is been so hard coping with the death of Tosyn Bucknor. Her husband Aurélien Boyer writes a poem describing how much he misses her.
The past days seem a lonely one for one for Aurélien Boyer, the husband of deceased radio presenter Tosyn Bucknor.
On Monday, November 19, 2018, the OAP passed away due to a crisis relating to Sickle Cell Anaemia.
Five days after her passing, Boyer shares a note describing how much he misses her. On his Instagram, it showcases a magnificent skill of poetry that helped him reveal his feeling concerning the death of his wife.
"Every day, I stand together with all of us. To go through. Last night, I realized how much. I miss you," Boyer writes in an IG post published on Saturday, November 24, 2018.
His thoughts are channelled through the blinds of a dark room as seen in a picture that accompanies the message.
The feeling of grief is unfortunately widespread among the loved ones of the OAP.
Two days after she passed away, her sister Funke Bucknor also shares a video on Instagram expressing what her death means to her.
In the clip shared on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, she wonders who will guide her in becoming a better writer, as well as nurture her interest in music.
"Hey you …… Who will send me those WhatsApp messages and voicenotes now to tell me that the internet never forgets or that I shouldn't have written this or I should delete or archive that post. Who will order me to bring takeaway for them now? Who will introduce me to new music now ( though your love for alternative music I didn't get oh lollll)."
Funke Bucknor also shared the information confirming her sister's death from Sickle Cell Anaemia a day after her passing. In her post on IG, she describes her as her best friend.