Derrick Graham

Rookie (May 24,1994)

Specially made to love

Specially made by God above
Created 2 deliver the heart broke
And share the most intense love
Hindered, but always managing 2 cope
Even when the world gave u stones
You blossomed with hope
Never losing focus nor patience
You continue 2 bear the yoke
The journey was hard and long
Many hearts u touched as u carried on
Always smiling n singing old church songs
U lead my heart 2 Zion my eternal home
Overflowing with the lords grace
Powered by God words alone
Qualities of the revered Jesus Christ
Never will you be forgot
Forever and ever u will live in my Hearts abode..
with a lock no one can decode.

Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014
Edited: Sunday, January 26, 2014

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Reflecting on my mother and the person she was. She had an amazing ability to change anyone she came in contact with always leaving the essence of love everywhere she went. If someone was hurt and down she lift them up herself. To my unsung queen 'Adrienne Denise Graham' you truly are phenomenal indeed. RIP 1961-2012 I love u

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