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" I WILL MISS YOU DAD MY FRIEND.."



" I WILL MISS YOU DAD MY FRIEND.."
By aprilh on 11/20/2008
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IN MEMORY OF MY FATHER WHO JUST PASSED AWAY NOV 10 2008 KENNETH "MUGZY" HEWITT. YOU ARE GONE NOT FORGOTTEN...


I WILL MISS YOU DAD MY FRIEND...

dad you hid your sickness;
you hid your pain;
we werent sure of the the time that we would have not even you.

there were many a times we lost;
and things we could never regain;
but how i would like one more try to prove all wrong again.

you held out till the end;
when all the family came and gathered within;
we said our goodbyes and that was the end;
i will miss you dad my friend.

you got your last wish to go up and play the slots;
winners choice think BIG and to win alot.

now with all this sadness we must let go;
oh how i dont want to daddy for myheart will be broken and leave me sad

for god always takes the best;
and gives them their wings;
to soar up above and to watch over things.

now the time has come and i must go,
please watch over my loved ones and let them kno.

i will always be there no matter what,
a heartbeat away,
and a lifetime of memories you will have of me everyday

i will miss you dad my friend.

© By aprilh On 11/20/2008 9:36:13 AM
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