Sunday, March 1, 2009

Miss Me A Little, But Not To Much

We we sad to hear of the death of yet another little boy Ivan. It brought back memories for all Daniel`s family and friends.

The words David Cameron said at the weekend :-
"We didn't expect to lose him so young and so suddenly. He leaves a hole in our life so big that words can't describe it. Bed time, bath time, meal time - nothing will feel the same again.

"He added: "We console ourselves knowing that he won't suffer anymore, that his end was quick, and that he is in a better place. But we all just miss him so desperately."

These words expressed how many of us feel after losing such a special child. These parents will miss him terribly just as any of us out there feel about our own special children. A forum tribute has been started in Daniel`s web site for Ivan if any one would liketo leave a message.
Below is a poem I was given a Well`s Catherdral recently :-

When I come to the end of the road,

and the sun has set for me,

I want no tears in a gloom - filled room.

Why cry for a soul set free ?


Miss me a little, but not too much,

and not with your head bowed low.

Remember thelove thatonce we shared,

Miss me, but let me go.


This is a journey we al must take

and each must take alone ;

It`s all a part of God`s perfect plan,

a step on the road to home.


When you are lonely and sick of heart

go to the friends we know.

Bury your sorrows in doing good,

Miss me, but let me go.


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