Pam mpita

Darling Sunny

Too soon gone before thy time
Darling Sunny you were once mine
over thy grave I wish to die
cause summer and spring wont bring me life
how I loved thee I cannot say
ways to part I cannot bare
my angel once in sight, I can not see
you're gone too soon, it can not be

another day will bring the sun's ray
and onto thy tomb another prayer I'll say
memories I'll cherish for the life to be
memories that sink my heart into lonely beats
a thousand words will never speak my pain
as my mourning heart weeps to sleep again
I pray for heaven your soul to take
I pray the angels tell you I care
your warm smile like the stars at night
will forever be my only light

lay to rest my beautiful one
for times shared I'll forget none
at the end of the rainbow I'll meet you there
my Darling Sunny I'll see you again

Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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this poem is written in loving memories of Sunny-a wonderful mom, sister, auntie and friend.

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