Funeral Poems & Readings

Our Memories Build A Special Bridge

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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Our Memories Build A Special Bridge

When loved ones have to part
To help us feel were with them still
And soothe a grieving heart
They span the years and warm our lives
Preserving ties that bind
Our memories build a special bridge
And bring us peace of mind

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