A Heavenly Angel
by MaryGrace Patterson
Thursday, January 05, 2012
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Trisha was a dear friend and almost a part of our family. She died on Dec 14, 2011 of heart problems at age 37. She leaves a daughter, Payton age 15 , who is now living with our daughter Deborah and her husband. Payton is now a part of our extended family. I wrote this poem for Trisha.
Another angel was born today by the hand of our Lords amazing grace.
God wanted her to join him in his heavenly peaceful place.
Quietly she left us with white gossimar wings unfurled and was guided by a host of angels to a new celestial world.
Lost loved ones came to greet her as she entered heavens door.She is now in paradise to remain forever more.
To everything there is a season, as eons come and go. A time to live, a time to die, as many of us know.
Trisha is at rest now, she's in God's loving care. Memories are left behind for all to think about and share.
Her spirit will always be with us, for she is in our hearts. She'll always remain and never will depart.
When you hear the gentle flutter of angel wings or feel the kiss of the breeze, you'll know Trisha is there to brighten your day. She's only a loving memory away....
Written Dec 14 ,2011, in memory of Trisha Butler
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|Reviewed by JMS Bell
|OBVIOUSLY, SHE WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON...YOUR WORDS EXPRESS THE LOST YOU FEEL AND YET, AT THE SAME TIME, THE JOY FOR A PURE SOUL WHO HAS RECEIVED A GOOD ETERNAL REWARD. I PRAY HER DAUGHTER IS DOING WELL AND I KNOW SHE HAS RECEIVED THIS WORK ABOUT HER MOTHER WILL MUCH GRATITUDE AND LOVE. THANKS FOR SHARING, MARYGRACE, THIS WAS SO ENJOYED. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|a wonderful gesture and portrayal of love ... my mother died at 39, five days after i was born, so i know how a loving environment is crucial ... would have been nice to know of its embrace but that's water under the bridge ... your daughter and son-in-law have large hearts ...|
|Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
|God bless Tricia and your family for accepting Payton. Patrick|
|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|MaryGrace, I am saddened to hear such a young mother has left earth too soon, your poem is beautifuly written, my prayers are with Payton.