Tu me manques . . .

Posted on November 30, 2018 by Glenn J. Bergeron II under Uncategorized
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Here are a few quotations gathered from the Internet that in various ways speak to the matter of missing someone you loved who has passed on and is no longer with us. Acquainting one’s self with what others have said about such grief can remind you that you are not alone in your grief. For some, this knowledge offers a degree of consolation. Hearing what others have said about such grief can also help you more fully identify what is being felt within you, wherein you say, “That is exactly what I am feeling but could never quite put in words!” The quotations that could attributed to a particular person are indicated respectively.




In French, you don’t really say, I miss you; you say, Tu me manques  which means “You are missing from me.”


“Where you used to be, there is a hole in the world, which I find myself constantly walking around in the daytime, and falling in at night. I miss you like hell.”      (Edna St Vincent Millay)


“Missing someone is your heart’s way of reminding you that you love them.”


Sometimes, when one person is missing, the whole world seems depopulated.     (Lamartine)


“I only miss you when I’m breathing.”


“What is the opposite of two?
A lonely me, a lonely you.”

(Richard Wilbur)



“The hardest thing is not talking to someone you used to talk every day.”



“Parting is all we know of heaven, and all we need of hell.”    (Emily Dickinson)



“My memory loves you; it asks about you all the time.”



“I wish you were here to tell me that everything is gonna be okay.”



“When I close my eyes, I see you. When I open my eyes, I miss you.”



“I did three things today – miss you, miss you, and miss you.”




“My heart never knew loneliness until you went away. I’m missing you.”




“I wish I were kissing you instead of missing you.”




“I miss you. A little too much, a little too often, and a little bit more every day.”




“They say that time heals all wounds but all it’s done so far is give me more time to think about how much I miss you.”



“The silence isn’t so bad, till I look at my hands and feel sad. Because the spaces between my fingers are right where yours fit perfectly.”



I don’t miss you and you alone, I miss you and me together.”











Glenn J. Bergeron II

Initially located on St. Philip Street prior to 1980, Thibodaux Funeral Home has since served its community on St. Patrick Highway. Beneath the shadow of its stately live oak trees, it offers beautiful natural surroundings in which to honor loved ones who have passed. An independent, family-owned and operated funeral home, we are honored by the privilege of providing you with the dignified funeral services you deserve when remembering and memorializing those you have cherished in life. Most recently, in 2015, the funeral home has undergone major interior and exterior renovations in order to carry its tradition of faithful service into the present and approaching years. Our family, along with our skilled professional staff, is dedicated to serving Lafourche Parish and its surrounding parishes with dignified, compassionate loyalty and professionalism.

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