Death of a Friend Poem

This poem is dedicaded to Harrison Paul Fidler, a great friend. We will always remember and never forget how he always made us laugh when we were feeling blue. We all love and miss you and wish you were still here with us. ~Sami Young ~

I Will Miss You

© Sami Young
The sea is green
As mountains are white
I will never see
A more beautiful sight
As you lay in your coffin bed
I hope you will always
Remember what I said
I loved you so
Thatís why I will never
Let you go you
Were everything I had
Now Iím oh so sad
You meant everything
To me-now I
Lay you down to sleep
I hope someday
We will meet
In heaven at the Lord's
Precious feet- since I
Gave you all my love
Here to you a precious dove
As the sorrow fills me up
I must empty my cup
Every time I walk near
Your tombstone
I can here your final last moan.


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Published: Feb 2011

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