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 Beloved Blue Knight

Many knew him that once wore blue
His name Adolfo, Blue Knight GOD drew
In his own image with worthy cause
Protect and serve, uphold the law

Father of five, husband and friend
Patroled the streets and ear would lend
All those whose need was just to talk
Present was he, on beats he'd walk

A simple man, who gave his best
To all his children and nothing less
Would soon be called to be with one
Heaven now home with CHRIST the son

It's hard to say a good goodbye
Harder much still with tearful eyes
But be joyful for he knows peace
Above white clouds, today he feasts

The banquet table has many faces
Moses, Noah, JESUS embraces
This soul reborn whose time had come
Blue Knight, new son, this day he's won

Think of him, just a stones throw
From what was home and Earthly woes
Where free of pain so undesired
Has now been healed by Heavens fire

Be at peace for him this Knight
Who walks a beat now in GODs light
Where days are long and cool are nights
This man GOD calls, Beloved Blue Knight

In memory of Officer Adolfo Junior Morales

Written by Edwin Flores Poetrypoem.com

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