You were lying in my arms, As I tried to say goodbye, "It might be for the best," they said, But I knew that was a lie.
I gazed at your little handprint, Given to us that day, You wouldn't feel pain again, But I wanted you to stay.
You fought for every breath you took, Never letting go, Until one day God made you His, Leaving all of us below.
Although you couldn't walk or talk, Or even count to ten, Your short life had more impact, Than a hundred million men.
-Daddy (written by Tony Doiron)
My precious daughter lindsey
- by Terry Gouveia58
I remember it well, the day you were born Everyone was happy, smiling faces adorn The epitome of what every baby girl should be You were loved so much, anyone could see.
A year passed by and then came your brother You didn't know how to handle having to share your mother You adjusted and grew close to your brother Robbi Two of you inseparable as two could ever be
A year and a half later, you fell ill I prayed to God to give you strength and will You fought hard and clung desperately to life Until God summoned you home on that cold December night
Twenty-six years have passed slowly by Robbi's grown into a man, so handsome and shy I know we'll be together some day Until then I just have one thing to say
I love you, I miss you so terribly My baby, my precious daughter Lindsey
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