Looking For A Poem
(12/8/2005 4:15:00 PM)
Best's son read a poem by Julie McClelland:
'Farewell our friend, but not goodbye. Your time has come, your soul must fly. To dance with angels, find the sun, but how we'll miss our special one.
He walks among us just a while, weaved your magic, made us smile. Your life was so full of light and tears, we lived it through you, through the years.
'The golden days, they went so fast. The precious times, why can't they last? So many loved you, did you know? We were not ready to let you go.
'The stars from Heaven are only lent. A gift from God, that's why they're sent. We won't forget our Belfast boy, he filled our lives with so much joy. Your star will shine now in the sky. Farewell our friend, but not goodbye.'
(12/7/2005 11:39:00 AM)
Maria - I too was so touched by the wisdom in the words of the first poem read at George Bests funeral. Have you been able to find the poem. I have been trying to find it aswell. Please let me know and I wil also advise if I find the poem.
Comment of the Day
- I hate that plum professor
he aint got no juice left
in him, he is known locally
as pip squeak, his poems
are prunes, his wife ...