JOY JOHNSON

Bronze Star - 2,330 Points (05221961 / LOS ANGLES CALIFORNIA)

Gone - Poem by JOY JOHNSON

It seem like yesterday when first we met
Your voice so soft
Your smile so sweet
Our days have come
We look behind I saw you there so weak
Now shadows come are you there my love
A pleasure to welcome you home
For Heaven's door is open wide
To greet your Soul back home
We take a look you lay so stiff
Strangely I hold your hand
Yesterday's gone and Spring is here
Flowers assorted surround your gone
I remember you always I heard you speak
So softly one more time
Darkness are the wounds of life long gone
Now left behind
Oh IDA I say I call out to you
Did you know how much I cared
I loved you so more than you may ever now
Memories of you linger on in my mind
May God Welcome you are surpassed
And embraced by his loving arms
With all the good memories I remember you
As I continue to carry on
Thank You for the love you gave
I appreciate all that you had shown
And while your smiling way up there
May your memories and goodness live on
With much love to you a Mom so true
I dedicate this poem

Topic(s) of this poem: goodbye

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2018

Poem Edited: Thursday, September 6, 2018


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