Frank Pulver

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-As the Sun Rose- A Gift from Above


I can remember as the sun rose on us that day,
Behind the beachside ocean shore,
It slowly went high on display.
It's beauty was pure.

This is a day that will always be tender to my heart,
When I saw you all of my problems seem all of a sudden come to a cease,
And that is when everything right began to start.
Thank you for being there and helping see the love and feel the peace.

Thank the Lord for being there and leading us to meet face to face,
I could just see that was surely a gift from Above,
This is what brought us to embrace.
This is why remembering this day is something I will always Love

By Frank Pulver

Submitted: Saturday, September 22, 2012

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