Marco Simoncelli girlfriend: the last kiss
The sorrow for the loss of a boyfriend is something that leaves speechless, breathless and without imagination. Find themselves 22 years to deal with the death of his partner is a very complicated but that unfortunately sometimes happens. This is what happened to Kate Fretti, the girl's Italian rider Marco Simoncelli, who lost their lives during the MotoGP race in Malaysia.
Kate was engaged for about five years with the pilot. These are his words that tell what was to soon become his last kiss with Marco Simoncelli. "Once upon a time, on the grid, just ours. It was just before the traffic lights, when the cameras went off nearby, and all the bikes around, including his, already SGAS. I closed the parasol. She takes his head in his hands and greeted him with a kiss. A kiss on the helmet. So going to run. "
The two had met in Riccione but soon was love. The couple had taken up residence and soon it was going to live together. This is what Kate said quickly: "The pact between us, was silent: his love was half of the motorcycle, half to me. I never asked, but I felt that was so, and I was fine. "
Being in love is a beautiful thing. Love makes you happy even when there is bad weather and bad luck seems relentlessly against you. Love also means a person suffering. Pain, inability to handle certain situations and lack of protection. Lost in an accident the person you love is something very unnatural and painful.
"I thought the scene where Demi Moore models a clay jar, and Patrick Swayze, who died, but he sees the pain of her, touching, makes you feel his presence."
What will he do now? "If I go away, too, is the disaster. Then I go home, in Bergamo, and I'm going to look for work. There are too many memories here for me. "
And when it all ends must find the strength to take back their lives and move on, believing that soon we will be able to smile again. We hope to Kate and preparation of the whole family Simoncelli to overcome this difficult time. Mark, with his curly hair and his smile will remain forever in the hearts of all.