144,000 - Poem by Amber Carreon
Angel now you've got your wings
And now you've gone and flown away.
But I will always love you most
And more than mostest in this place.
My heart will cry and ache for you
To come back here-where you, I long.
But I will not take you away
From happiness closer to God.
Our tears will fall- our knees will hit
The ground that you once were on.
But we will not let them overtake
The happy memories you left us all.
Complete your duties commanded above
As you always did on earth,
And never forget how thankful we are
To have another angel to love.
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