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In America, we aren't used to reading obituaries in the first person—we have Long Island Mediums if we want to communicate like that. But one dying man's son made it possible for him to leave an incredibly heartfelt apology after death.

Ong Peck Lye was a wealthy businessman from Singapore who died of pneumonia at the age of 82. The quick decline in health gave Lye enough time to have important conversations with his second son, Ong Tiong Yeow, who then translated those sentiments into a first-person poem for his father.

"Son-In-Law"
"Son-In-Law"