Grief. - Poem by PHIL WINTER
I cannot say why death did come
And cause us to be parted
For now that you have gone beyond
I am sad and broken hearted.
Whose counsel will i seek at times,
when problems overwhelm me?
Whose laughter will, like silver chimes
Warm and cheer and thrill me?
Your face comes back to haunt my mind
And bring me pain and anguish.
I sometimes stand beside your grave
And try to find some courage.
perhaps the angels needed you
Or what reason for your dying?
Only God knows why death did come
and cause us to be parted.
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