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*BREEZE OF TIME (for Sr. Vangie Capilitan, OND)


As future swiftly paints its picture,
The past swiftly flashes back,
Future travels so fast embracing pictures of yesterday,
Of treasured time and memories,
Of trials and miseries

Creating her sand art story,
Swiftly yet captures moment of every memory,
A story, the warmth of her love,
Compassion in her Vocation;
A servant of God, fisher of men,
Serving God until then

Walking in the sands of time
Traces His footprints with her feet
Walks her life with the breeze of time
Writes every memory in her unseen diary
Carves her life-long story in the hearts of many

A promise, for her Great Savior
A surrender, to God her Creator.



Happy 39th Anniversary of serving God.

Thank you for guiding us...We love you, Sr. Vangie.



Especially dedicated to Sr. Evangeline C. Capilitan, OND

fr. Dist 4 officers and members



Maia Padua

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Submitted: Monday, June 04, 2012
Edited: Monday, June 04, 2012

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  • Rookie Randy Hogan (12/22/2012 11:09:00 PM)

    so beautiful your pen always spins a web of utmost divine beauty! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
    MISSING YOU,
    RANDY~*~ (Report) Reply

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