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I WONDER WHAT YOU'LL SAY?  


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I wonder what you'll say
About me when I'm gone.
I hope in some small manner
My mem-o-ry lives on.

BarAngelwhiteprayers

Will you tell them I was thoughtful?
Will you picture me as kind?
Will you say I saw each dark cloud
In my life as silver lined?

BarAngelwhiteprayers

I wonder what you'll say
About me when I leave.
Will you tell them I was giving?
Wore my heart out on my sleeve?

BarAngelwhiteprayers

Will you speak of days of sunshine?
Nights of starlight and of song?
Will you point into the heavens...
Tell them I'm where I belong?

BarAngelwhiteprayers

I wonder what you'll say
About me when they see
The tent that I was living in
Is left lifeless and empty.

BarAngelwhiteprayers

Will you explain the lady
Who once loved you moved away...
That this dwelling won't be occupied
Until Resurrection Day?

BarAngelwhiteprayers

I wonder what you'll say
About me when I go?
Will you tell them I loved Jesus...
Was not ashamed to let it show?

BarAngelwhiteprayers

Will you tell them I wrote poetry
As a witness to my faith?
Shared it with a wayward world...
Not only ones who congregate?

BarAngelwhiteprayers

I wonder what you'll say
About me when I've passed.
Have I created an impression?
Will precepts I've planted last?

BarAngelwhiteprayers

Will you say you plan to join me
After I have traveled on?
I just wonder what you'll say
About me when I'm gone.

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Lovingly Presented,
Doris Jacobs-Covington
May 22, 2011

BthebestUcanB

"For we know if our earthly
house of this tent were disolved,
we have a building of God, an
house not made with hands, eternal
in the heavens."
2 Corinthians 5:1

"We are confident, I say, and
willing rather to be absent from
the body, and to be present with
the Lord."
2 Corinthians 5:8

"According to my earnest expectation
and my hope, that in nothing I shall
be ashamed, but with all boldness, as
always,so now Christ shall be magnified
in my body, whether it be by life or by
death.
For to me to live is Christ and to die
gain."
Philippians 1:20-21








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