Inspired by a beautiful poem written by Marion Price.
We visit them quite often, dear Souls that sadly passed;
For life is not eternal, so shortly seems to last!
My Mother and my Father, are buried side by side;
She lived to over eighty, his longevity denied!
And laying in between them, we buried an antique porcelain box;
With something dear from Nico and Cody, some tufts of their white locks!
It brings such joy to go and see them, their spirits surrounding us;
In serenity’s sounds of silence, we feel life within their dust!
For in this sapient solitude, come memories of all we shared;
They fill the air, and make us happy, our Souls eternal bared!
When we kiss them all and tell them, we’ll return to them real soon;
The Heavens play a tune for us, Debussy’s “Claire de Lune”!
Dear departed Souls
Your spirits bring happiness
As we hold again