It is very sad to see you go.
You were my choice reader. With the sleek UI and amazing community involvement scheme, I could not see a reason why I’d do without you. You introduced me to group reading. As a matter of fact, you introduced me to reading period. You put books in a different light: one made of deep blue, green and white, which just made reading cozier. My mind, absent my will, will spend tireless hours enjoying the words of daring and provoking authors on the platform you provided; hours I am now grateful for. You blessed my mind with the ability to ponder philosophically. Without you, I’d never have had half the accolades little birds in the sky carry on the ever so graceful wind.
It is really sad to see you go.
Even in our parting, you still teach me new things. I’ve never lost a loved one and always thought how I’d handle it when it does happen. It’s devastating; a beautiful devastation though. Through it I understand feelings I usually may have not until maybe a more dire “pre-phenomenon” may have occurred. Although you may claim no human component to yourself, you’d agree with me that love could not be encapsulated only under the human domain irregardless of how hard we humans try.
So thank you. Thank you for coming into my readings [and helping my writings]. Thank you for being intuitive. Thank you for helping me store my reading data. And even in parting, thank you for the smooth gradual process you employed.
You’ll be greatly missed.
Yasky, of house iGravity™.
First of his name.
Observer of the mundane complex,
Discoverer of form in essence, and
Dissector of the hitherto impregnable.