In your life, you blossom
And touched so many lives,
In the lovely hue passing by,
Much more floral will strive
To live the way you survived.
Your life was amazing, efflorescing
We are holding onto the memories
That you gave unwavering.
In the twinkle of your eyes
Full of hopes, dreams, and promises,
Your Sunrise sprinkling treasure,
Carries the clusters of colors
Peak and prime that you wore.
In the thrill of your laughter,
We remember your strong embrace,
Of comfort, the moment after.
When the butterfly kisses,
Landed upon our face.
With every cherished moment,
You perform the goodly service,
Held responsibility in your arms,
With the voice, you have Grace,
Ring out the wondrous charms.
Of gospel songs to heal the wounds,
In our hearts, when anxiety pain starts
From the ephemeral nature,
With all the grief that comes,
Adjacent glow to bloom into a flower
In the holy hour that God understands.
The value of your primrose smile,
Wrapped in the wreath left behind,
Fruits of increase by the short lifespan
Blossoming more radiantly every second,
In the cloudy beams of heaven.


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