Donna Nimmo


Goodbye My Friend For Now


You were my sweetest friend, my guardian angel on earth
I could tell you anything, I loved you so long it seemed from birth
From above God could see your pain and how much you suffered
He decided to bring you home, his angels to bring you comfort

Never again will there be a lady quite like you, with the biggest heart so true
I'm so proud you called me friend, our friendship no one could undo
I know you're with your loved ones now, you lost a time ago
You will always live in my heart, and watch from above this I know

So spread your wings and fly my sweet, your suffering has come to an end
I'll see you once more when the angels come, and my new life I'll begin
My heart will miss you so much, you'll never know the depth
I'll feel you with every wind that blows, I'll think of you with every breath

So good-bye my friend, just for now, I'll see you heaven
I will always think about you lovingly, and this is my confession

Submitted: Saturday, October 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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I wrote this for Patricia Meza. My best friend whom I loved so much. The angels took her home so she wouldn't suffer anymore.

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