Amy Louise Kerswell
I Walk Besides You - Poem by Amy Louise Kerswell
I died a year or two ago.
And went to the skies above.
But Im not far away.
I left this world to go above.
I left to go back home,
I walk besides you.
I left to live with our dear lord above.
I was called by god
I was called back home.
Im still with you #
I walk with you every day
Im in the sun and the rain and in the air
I'll be where ever you want me to be.
Im the sunshine on the brightest day.#
My spirit as bright as the rays
My spirit is a blaze
I still hold your hand
I do and will walk besides you every day
I'll be besides you
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