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Appreciation For Gail Smith By Kayleigh Gunnigle

been trying to find a poem to sum up how i feel but the words dont seem enough so il have a go myself!

Dear Aunty Gail, what can I say?
Miss you more and more each day!
God took you away, I guess you were needed up there.
But I ask myself how is this fair?
I feel a pain and my sisters feel it too
but your up in heaven and we are here needing you.
A million times I cried, if love alone could have saved you then you never would have died.
You should be here now instead of up there.
You were just an Angel soaring above us uall and reaching for the sky....does it rain in heaven whenever we cry?
If I stood next to the ocean my tears would seem small.
I miss you, we all do.
I love you, we all do.
God broke our hearts to prove to us he only takes the best.
It still doesnt feel real.
Rest in peace angel see you soon xxxxxxxxxxxx

I know its not that good of a poem but i tried to find insiration an the right words. Miss you so much. Sleep tight angel. xxxxxxx

Added on: 30 November 2011


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