anamae karen fernandez

(July 17 / Manila Philippines)

To A Dear Friend


The memories of the past keep haunting us
Your laughter and humor reminds us of happy
moments
You've been our side to protect us
to guide us, to love us, to appreciate us
to laugh with us, to cry with us.
your know our secrets
you are our light in the darkest hours
you are proud of us
regardless of our weaknesses and imperfections
you have a lot of friends
but ours has gone to the many tests of time
now that you're gone
we're at a lost
i know you're still there for us
and you are happy wherever you are
you left a void in our hearts
we're sad that you left
you left us with happy memories
to remember
our prayer is for strength
to be able to cope up with grief
and someday we will be together again
in that place called forever.

Submitted: Thursday, March 30, 2006

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