Memories of the Heart

September 15, 2014 Death Awareness

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Memories of the Heart
by Author Unknown

“Feel no guilt in laughter,
He knows how much you care.
Feel no sorrow in a smile
That he’s not here to share.

You cannot grieve forever,
He would not want you to.
He’d hope that you would carry on
The way you always do.

So talk about the good times
And the ways you showed you cared.
The days you spent together,
All the happiness you shared.

Let the memories surround you,
A word someone may say
Will suddenly recapture
A time, an hour, a day.

That brings him back as clearly
As though he were still here,
And fills you with the feelings
That he is always near.

For if you keep those memories
You will never be apart
And he will live forever
Locked safe within your heart.”

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