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 In Passing
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Her leave became a day to mourn
A siblings loss has left heart torn
In passing there are no goodbyes
For her soul rose and now resides

In better place before The One
Who gave her life and you dear one
Daughter His as she is too
Dear, sweet Doris this write for you

Be of good cheer and know she's well
With Ish your love where Heaven's bell
Has tolled again for those who passed
Are now where they belong at last

A festival of joyful tears
A place of peace and not of fears
For whole are they and in good hands
At grand banquet with Son of Man

Be not afraid or dwell in sorrow
There soon you'll be and your tomorrows
Will be fulfilled, just wait and see
You too will share eventually

I pray you will suffer no more
Knowing quite well the Veil He tore
To bring passing a loss for now
One step closer, blessing somehow

To Doris Covington, with deepest sympathies
Love your son, Eddie


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