How do we thank unbounded love?
Pulling down prayers from Thee above.
If prayers were a tree ripe with fruit,
Not one apple left for others to loot.
Unselfish acts of kindness were given,
Easing our hearts - was a taste of heaven!
Thank you all, what can we say,
Your angles on earth, please stay this way.
The pain that's felt deep down inside,
will lesson its hold as we abide...
...In His love... our hearts must rest,
giving peace to all - the world is blessed.
Thank you all in our time of grief,
Sending comfort, food and prayers of relief.
There's not much else to say, that God hasn't heard,
Our hearts are filled with His unspoken word.
Erin J. Foley you'r dearly missed,
Were sending a final farewell - and a final kiss.
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