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There is a train at the station With a seat reserved just for me I'm excited about its destination As I’ve heard it sets you free The trials and tribulations
I know Son that your gone to stay I watched you as you faded away Into the the heavens your soul did rise Leaving tears in the Angels eyes. In my life
Dear Judith and Susan My Father n’ Law’s celebration of life was so much better than we had anticipated and the poem was so perfect! I’m so glad I found
My granddad was a fun loving man and always the focus of any party. To reflect his personality and to provide a gift for the mourners attending the funeral
God knew you had reached your limits. And had truly done your best. To live by his commandments. And now was time for you to rest. Though tired from your
Home Free has been a favorite of mine for years. It's appropriate for someone who's suffered a terminal illness a long time
Happy graduation you're now with the King of Kings Transported to his presence carried up on angels wings Your life on earth has ended and even though
Thank you for your service you're now with the King of Kings You've traded in your uniform for a pair of angels wings You were such a blessing to everyone
Petals so restless Blooming in the morning As the Sunshine washes The nights presses We have lost a Petal From this Garden of Life God will renew as
I submit these two for your consideration. I wrote and recorded them using the name Clay Reston. https://soundcloud.com/clay-reston/the-last-goodbye
This poem was written by our mother 15 years ago after our father passed away. She wrote 3 copies for me and my siblings, put them in envelopes and the
We have just completed Waves of Sorrow in memory of Hollis Smith https://songsofpraise.org/song.php?songid=534
Is there a good time to say goodbye? Can you choose whether to smile or cry? Although we know that we all must go, There's no preparation, to let us know.
REST YOUR HEAD, MY WEARY TRAVELLER THIS EARTHLY JOURNEY IS AT END SAY GOODBYE TO THOSE WHO'LL MOURN YOU AQUAINTANCE, FAMILY, FRIEND STEADFAST WIFE AND
I know you miss the ones you love. But they have not travelled far. And if you will follow my directions. I'll explain just where they are. First-- interlock
Go down to the Sea once more, Old Sailor. For where else would an Old Jack Tar Be? But riding the waves, and tasting the brine. Out there, on God's Heavenly
You snuggle up and go to sleep. And the moment that you do. When safely into dreamland. Then your Spirit takes its leave of you. And once free to wander
all I know is your face never got a chance 2 hear you cry or your voice never got a chance to cuddle you all I could do was hug your lifeless body..dreams
My mom passed away in my arms of cancer I was only 20 this poem is for you mom miss you more than anything. The day you went away The day you went away