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 In Her Words
Time Draws near so near I fear
Though shes hung on or so appears
A little longer than one would say
Prognosis shy of one more day

And like others who passed before
Beyond our grasp through Heavens door
She will live on where family
Is branch of Vine of God's tree

I breathe real deep before I go
To bedside hers my heart her soul
Rejoice as one in arms we hold
Softly whisper please stay don't go

Responds she does I lived enough
No need to cry, please toughen up
You see in life we must move on
Just live life when I am gone

And though these words we share this day
I know somehow, somewhere, someday
I will rejoice as Heaven does
For you when you too rise above

Keep close to those and stay in touch
With siblings yours who mean so much
To me who sees my family
Becoming distant once near to thee

Love them as you love me so
Become the boy now man I know
Whose heart does ache for me who lived
A life where faults I would forgive

For in the end you can't take back
Harsh words spoken when fade to black
Becomes of you after you leave
Remember love those of my seed


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