All things made new
by Denise Edwards
Saturday, February 07, 2004
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For Carlie, and all the little flowers, plucked away so young!
For all the pretty flowers
that have been uprooted
and passed through life's door,
for all the sweet doves
who's cooing we shall hear no more
For all the sunshiney rays
God lent to us for some days
we stand above the places
we last saw your smiling faces
In memorium, we shed our teardrops,
in lament, we pray for the day it stops
this ripping away of our precious jewels
by hate filled men, with hearts so cruel
From God's promise, we are able
to remember them and smile,
through GOD's love,
we know we'll miss them,
but only for a little while
For GOD is " making all things new!"
we have faith that His word is faithful and true !
we look forward to that wonderful day,
when " the former things will pass away"
so we know one day, we'll be with you!
( Quoted from Revelations, chapter 21)
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|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
heartfelt, heartbreaking tribute--WHY??????????????
(((HUGS))) and love, karla. *tears tears tears*
|Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader)
|Denise this is beautifully written..may she rest in Gods arms..bless you...floria|
|Reviewed by Evelyn Simon
|This was a beautiful tribute, Denise. I'm sure the family would be
happy to have it. I've got news for her killer. In Florida's prisons,
and just about all prisons, inmates have zero tolerance for
men who rape, kill, or harm children. He'll get his in that prison
cell. God has Carlie, but the devil will have that Smith guy.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|the heart of the beast living out its passions ...|
|Reviewed by Larry Rochelle
|Her death deeply affected me, and I watch my grandkids even closer.|
|Reviewed by Tami Ryan
|A wonderful tribute.
Thank you, Denise.
May your soul rest in peace, Carlie.