Lee Paris

(Brymbo, Wrexham, Wales)

Heartfelt Memory - Poem by Lee Paris

The world wants you to know we care
In our hearts and emotions, you'll always be there.
We hope your spirit was there to see
The amount of hearts that you set free. It's alright to cry in this land
Open our hearts and hold another's hand.
It's alright to be honest and true
feel the pain and react like you. Millions of people want to thank you today
For who you were and your gentle way
We thank God for putting you here
Like an Angel from heaven who had no fear. Urged by love to do what is right
Queen of Hearts, we miss you each night.
We will follow your lead and say a prayer
And show each other, we really care. Hope will remain as bright as your star
as real as your tragic night in that car.
The boys will remember the strength in your love
And know in their hearts, you look down from above. Queen of hearts, a royal reminder
How life should be just a little kinder.
With a little hope and alot of grace
We could make this world a better place.

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  • (12/30/2008 5:45:00 PM)

    Your two poems are really good Lee. I was wondering. Are you originally from Hawthorne? If so, I know you know me. Give an email back if you can. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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