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 Past Gates Walked Through

Sixteen months have passed since then
When then was when I spent often
My days as grandson yours when I
Was close to you who hears you cry

Your days carry each sigh and tear
That burden what your heart too fears
The loss of me GOD calls this day
To console you, these words I pray

Fear not grandma though lost you feel
Without me there your hearts appeal
Is in the arms that embraced me
That embrace you in this believe

We are but just a breath away
From one another as Christ's blood paid
The sacrifice for you and I
When good becomes for now goodbye

Hold to the thoughts we shared and bared
Until the day where you will wear
A crown of Gold as I now do
When called I was past gates walked through

Believe it grandma!
Love, Timbo

Written for Judy who lost her grandson Timothy 16 months ago

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