Treasure Island

Micron


bend to the light


A beautiful velvet rose grew
Spreading strong and true

Her beauty there for all to see
Love and care given free

God’s light came from above
Shining with His endless love

She bent, reached to His light
Open doors windows in sight

Bending to His warmth inside
She passed to the other side

Her beauty truth lives there
For eternity in God's care.

_________________
In memory of my mum

Submitted: Saturday, January 03, 2009
Edited: Sunday, August 01, 2010
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