The Alaskan Bush People star has reuploaded several shots expressing his grief over losing his father, Billy Brown, after deleting a slew of his own emotional work.
Loss is a horrible, tricky thing. Gabe Brown knows this more than most, as his tightly-knit family lost their beloved patriarch, Billy Brown, this past February. Recently, the reality star chose to delete almost a dozen of his own posts detailing his personal struggles with his father’s passing.
“I recently deleted a bunch of posts with pomes about missing Da. I instantly regretted it,” the Alaskan Bush People star begins Sunday. “These are the pics, but I lost the pomes. There are a lot of emotions one goes through when missing someone, some of you won’t understand some of my new posts. Don’t ask questions, just be glad,” he concludes for fans.
Gabe seems to be hurting bad, and as someone who also lost their father recently, I fully understand. While we didn’t cover them all, I’ve sent links to our own work here at Outsider covering Gabe’s poems in hopes that it may bring some form of closure.
His Instagram shots mostly feature Gabe with his full, glorious beard, a look that suits him well. He does, however, hold intense sadness in his eyes. As such, Outsider continues to wish all the best to Gabe and the rest of his kin moving forward after the loss of patriarch Billy Brown.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Fans Rush in to Help Gabe Brown Recover Lost Poems
Other fans are stepping in to help the fourth son of Billy Brown, too. As one fan points out, “They were beautiful words Gabey. Keep writing,” while others are searching for his work online, then providing links to recover his poems.
Follower Rena replies: “You can find some of your poems in “ The Sun”. Just google Gabe Brown.”
Another fan replies with a Google link to his poems, saying “This is one of them I hope it helps you.”
And one account even commented that us at Outsider.com cover Gabe’s posts, offering to help him recover poems here on our site.
“Outsider.com has some of your poems in quotes – Hope that helps,” replies TheShirelings, before including this author’s coverage of Gabe’s work, which you can read below:
“Behind my eyes, there’s a place I know, filled with dreams from long ago
Where there’s shadows of sunsets, and the autumn leafs blow.
There’s a rocking chair by a fire where sometimes I go,
To stare out of the windows from inside my soul.
You may see me from time to time,
Gazing off into the distance like I’m out of my mind.
It’s because I am.
Maybe you should be too.,
When the world we carry gets too heavy, or our feet are too small for our shoes,
Take a break from your trouble, go take a rest, chat with an old friend to get things off your chest,
Or relax for awhile, and just catch your breath.
You have to grow up in this life that we live, but never forever,Gabe Brown
Because inside we’re all still just kids.”
Much strength to you, Gabe. Here’s to hoping for a brighter future for you and all the Alaskan Bush People family.