Butterfly Açka, tells the experiences of the "Son": My great hostage that still makes me cry
Well-known writer, Flutura Açka told today the experiences of the book "Son", which she dedicated to her son who is no longer alive.
In an interview with News24, the writer spoke about the corrosive feeling she had experienced regarding the dilemma whether or not to publish this book, as she says she found it "unfaithful".
"It seemed to me that I was doing an 'infidelity', that I was dealing with something that was so big that it had turned my life upside down. "When I go to the studio, I go out as a writer, not as a mother who needs to cry for the readers", said Açka.
The writer also addressed the citizens asking them to be good people and live life beautifully, as evil is worthless, while adding that a mother who loses her child should never be judged, as she no longer belongs to this world.
"A parent who has lost a child should never be judged, because he no longer belongs to this world. They should never be judged. I have hostages, and my only hostage is his youth. Even when I cry, I cry for his youth. My life has been resized. "Death has taken on another dimension, death is my sovereign, because it has taken away my most precious thing", added Açka.