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Remembrance

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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Remembrance

Mother,

as I walk through the journey of life,

I remember.

I remember how you helped me to grow

with love, truth, and honesty.

I remember how you helped me to choose the right path

with values, morals, and self worth.

I remember how you gave me dreams

with hope and confidence.

As I remember,

I pray to be a mother like you,

to shape my children into strong adults,

full of hopes and dreams.

You made me who I am today,

and I will always remember you in life’s passings,

for no one could touch my life as you have.

Remembrance in life’s passing is the truest form of love one can give, for a memory should never die and a love should live forever in the heart of another!

Laura M. Phipps-Kelley
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