danielle snowden

(26-08-1990 / Hedon road hospital)

Angels East, Angels North, Angel south and West


Angels north, angels south, angels east and west,
please take care of my Nanna because she is the best.
she's in my heart she's up above
in a place called heaven that's full of love.
she's with God he needs her now,
but I want her 2 come home somehow.
I miss her holding me in her arms
but now I know she's safe from all of life's harms.
I would give anything for one more minute, one more word
to tell her the things she never heard.
like I love you and I'm sorry I let you down,
but now my heart will wear a frown
until the day we meet again
I'll hold you forever, together in heaven.

Submitted: Thursday, July 17, 2008

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