I came into this life You held me in your arms You kept me safe So no one could harm
You taught me values Lessons in life I would learn You taught me to respect I gave you love in return
You have always been in my life Through thick and thin And now my lonely journey Without you will begin
For you were my hero Forever and a day You will always remain that hero Till I meet you again some day
I will embrace you in my arms And hold on tight I will stand by your side And you will never leave my sight
I miss you so much The pain does not ease I pray you are happy And finally at peace
- by Alexis F. Douros59
That is what I will remember, Your bravery and your love That caring wise and watchful eye Which now peers at us from above.
I wish I knew you years ago With your sly smile and charm Seventy one years of slicked back hair And a lovely lady of your own.
I knew the man you became The uncle who I adore The leader of a family Who gave us more and more.
There were so many lessons Most important how to fight To be proud of who we are Stand up with all our might.
Through all the important moments You made sure to be there When I graduated Magna cum Laude You went through all you could bear.
The cancer had made a comeback But you wouldn't let us know You grinned and bared the pain But we saw you lose your glow.
Every day I came to see you Determined to give you strength Refusing to believe anything could hurt you At least not to any length.
That last Thursday I walked in the room My heart dropped and I knew Your time with us was wearing thin I knew that I was losing you.
And still the pain didn't matter You fought to stay with your wife You promised you'd never leave her So you strained and clung to life.
The truest gift you gave her Was to go without her there You heard us say it was her wish And you passed the load to bear.
Surrounded in love and admiration We stayed with you as your guides And the sun shone on your face As you began to switch sides.
A year later I still ache to see you To hear you laugh or see your smile I'd willingly bear a harder load Just to talk for a little while.
That is what I'll remember Your bravery and your love That caring wise and watchful eye That now peers at us from above.
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