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Merry Christmas from Heaven


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This was given to me yesterday, thought it was worthy of a post for those of us who are missing loved ones this year.

Merry Christmas from Heaven

I still hear the songs

I still see the lights

I still feel your love

on cold wintery nights.

I still share your hopes

and all of your cares

I'll even remind you

to please say your prayers

I just want to tell you

you still make me proud

You stand head and shoulders

above all the crowd

Keep trying each moment

to say in His grace

I came here before you

to help set your place

You don't have to be perfect

all of the time

He forgives you the slips

if you continue to climb

To my family and friends

please be thankful today

I'm still close beside you

in a new, special way

I love you all dearly

now don't shed a tear

I'm spending my Christmas

with Jesus this year

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That is a great poem.

I lost my Grandfather 10 years ago this past Oct and my Grandmother 12 years ago this past August. They were the BEST people in the world and I drew my strength from them.

I don't think the pain ever really goes away! Alway miss them more at Christmas, it's a happy and depressing time of year!

Miss you Grandma and Grandad, wish you were here to hold my hand through this! :cry:

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