Memorial Poems


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The life that I have

Is all that I have

And the life that I have

Is yours

The love that I have

Of the life that I have

Is yours and yours and yours

A sleep I shall have

A rest I shall have

Yet death will be but a pause

For the peace of my years

In the long green grass

Will be yours and yours

And yours

Leo Marks - Christmas Eve 1943  


I'll never cease to miss you

Or ask the reason why

You who deserved to live

Should be the one to die

I think of you so often

And talk about you still

You'll not be forgotten Lyn

At least by me you never will

We were so very happy

You unquestionably mine

And so I'll love you always

Unto the end of time

Lynwen Davies - August 1986  


We lost a mother with a heart of gold

How much we miss her can never be told

She shared our troubles and helped us along

If we follow her footsteps we can never go wrong


She was a mother so very rare

Content in her home and always there

On earth she toiled, in heaven she rests

God bless you Mam you were one of the best

Margaret Duggan - November 1987  

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