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Happy Birthday Liz R.I.P


Author: musclebound350
ASL Info:    26/male
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This is a birthday poem for Liz Army. A person I have known almost all my life who died of cancer. Her mother now takes care of her 2 daughters. She would have been 30 on july 3rd 2006.


Happy Birthday Liz R.I.P



Happy Birthday liz
the one I've known all my life
even though your not here now
I know things are alright

I'm sure your sitting back now
with no tears or fright
right there by gods side
smiling with such delight

Such a wonderful mother you have
your kids will be protected
I've known her for a long time
and she's highly recommended

so enjoy your time in heaven
we will soon meet face to face
and have a happy birthday
with much love and grace




Submitted on 2006-07-04 01:14:56     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  That's very sweet of you. It felt like you were not only wishing her the best but also reassuring her that things are okay down here so she can relax. I like that. Not so mournful as most... more of a note filled with warm wishes for a friend who's passed.
I only saw one error: in the first two stanzas when you use "your" it should be "you're" because its a short word for "you are." The usage of "your" in the last two stanzas is right, though.
Kudos on a heartwarming birthday wish.
Jessica
| Posted on 2006-07-05 00:00:00 | by parabola | [ Reply to This ]


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