Today the year would be thirty-four, since you vowed to take each others hand in marriage and love forever more.
Daddy left this world before you and made Heaven his new home, and you would quickly follow, for you did not want him to be alone.
I know that Heaven is where you're celebrating your 34th anniversary today, showing your unconditional love to each other in every possible way.
The same way you did when ya'll were here. Making it work no matter what, for each burden you would share.
There wasn't a storm that you two could not weather, because you loved one another so and vowed to stay together.
I can see ya'll plain as day standing on God's golden shore, walking hand in hand and celebrating many more.
For I know that together is how you will always be, living together in Heaven and loving for all eternity.
And all I ever wish and I know you'd wish this too, is to have a wonderful marriage such as the two of you.
My rose never faded
- by Lewis Beesinger58
While walking through seventeen I picked a bright red rose. I was living wild and reckless it changed my life I suppose. A blue ribbon winner with its brilliant flare Its beauty was enchanting like a breath of mountain air. I kept it near my heart red velvet all aglow Why God gave me this gift I guess I'll never know. Withstanding troubled times and a heartbreak now and then But the rose never wilted amazing me once again. Roses bloom in their season then die and fall apart My rose kept on living rooted deep within my heart. My days are growing short now I have lived a fulfilled life The rose I picked when I was young is my fateful loving wife. She gave me three sons and they filled my bouquet Pride and pleasure overflowed to see them blossom day by day. We have grown old together and my heart is still elated after all the years gone by. My rose never faded. For my Loving wife
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