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Corey Campbell


I remember the times,
when I saw your face.
I'd rejoice to feel,
Your warm embrace.

I would laugh and dance,
to see your smile.
Because I knew,
your love was worthwhile.

There have been times,
I felt alone.
No matter the time,
you'd answer the phone.

You've told me and scold me,
to do what's right.
But loved me sincerely,
even in spite.

Through your sickness,
that love you've kept.
Not telling no one,
it made me wept.

In my memory,
you were a ball full of love.
I'm pretty sure,
you are something GOD is proud of.

Auntie I'm learning,
to follow and obey GOD.
When the world sometimes,
makes it hard.

So I thank you and uncle monk,
for the time you spent.
In talking to me,
even while I vent.

It was something you made me say, (over and over)
before your goodbye.
I will always remember...
'What Jesus is, So am I'


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Submitted: Tuesday, August 03, 2010
Edited: Friday, February 25, 2011
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