shirley odonnell


What you are to me and you will always be


My dear Penny

It's me! Shirley
Your owner
Your best friend
Your sunshine.
Your sweetheart
Your dear
Your the star in the day and the star of my night
You make me laugh, and you made me cry
All those days when I was down, your precious face turn my smile upside down
You were so pretty, magnificent, gorgeous
It was only a shot that would help you stay alive
But was I too late?
Yes I was
Here I am to tell you how sorry I am

Please know that we will stay together forever
We may not be able to hold each other tight but it's Jesus that can hold you and keep you comforted

In one form we can be seen together and it's forever.

Can we keep that promise?


Love, Shirley

Submitted: Friday, March 06, 2009
Edited: Friday, March 06, 2009
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