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Their passing was our biggest loss
But if one could, we'd pay the cost
To climb the steps to where they are
To bond again above the stars

Your child's laughter would bring you joy
To see them play again with toys
This scene playing inside your heart
Wishing you could, you'd never part

Father you loved whose mustache kissed
A cheek grown cold because they're missed
Would bring that smile now lost today
Back to your face of yesterday

Mother adored, your treasure chest
Would fill again with her no less
Laying your head upon her breast
You'd sleep today at peace you'd rest

Friends you shared and need today
Would walk with you along the way
Joking again, humor their own
No more sadness, no more alone

Grandparents all had that spoiled one rotten
Granddaughter, grandson they've never forgotten
Would share their tales as once they did
Of youth now gone when they were kids

These kisses and hugs, these times you once lived
Would happen again. if you would just give
Your life to the maker, creator of things
No longer heartache but renewed Godly blessings

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