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jeannie schmidt


Lost in grief


A child of gods, has passed to a higher realm of existance
Left behind so many broken hearts, no time to remember the love they shared
For the same individual they loved so much
For the same soul they nurtured from birth
All had a part in his growing up,
All had a hand in his lessons learned
If we learned to love someone for the first time in our lives
Isn't that a miracle in itself?
If we learned forgiveness from that soul
We are better off indeed
The lessons learned from that soul are lost within the grief

Submitted: Wednesday, June 18, 2008

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