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 Drawn By Heavens Breath
Young, too young life seemed too short
For them once here on life support
But in the end they came to be
Where pain concedes to loves mercy

Age was just a number too
Where young got old from life withdrew
As time became factors to be
Alone today, soul mate set free

Death comes to steal what we become
A moment now the next undone
But giving thought we are but here
For such a time to be drawn near

Near, nearer to Heavens breath
We rise closer by light we're led
To Him who sees and calls each one
To be with Him from battle won

Grieve we must but in the end
The gift of life becomes where all could spend
If just in faith, we ask, become reborn
We'd see the truth and why the Veil was torn

It was for you and those who said goodbye
It was for this though hard we try
Accept the reasons, where asked is why
Why? Because we are His heartfelt sighs

All His today, as are tomorrows
Where whole are all, and no more sorrows
Claim to have a hold of them
From Heavens breath, these words He sends

Edwin Flores
Copyright November 8Th 2010


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