Treasure Island

Bernice Shipman


My Dream My Daughter


My darling daughter you came and stood by my bed
You said mom it's ok, don't be sad
I'm ok you see, I am whole and free
God said for me to tell you that he will take care of me
I'm happy for I see God, Butterflies, Flowers and Trees
And I see the love that you have for me
Mom don't cry for long because soon we will be
togeather in our fathers heavenly home
Just remember you have my little sister so you are not alone
She loves you as much as she loved me
So mom take care and don't feel so alone
I'll talk to you later when we all come home

Submitted: Monday, May 05, 2008

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