In Loving Memory Brother Sister

In Loving Memory Brother Sister

(Remembrance Verses And Poems – Brother Sister)

You went away so suddenly
We did not say goodbye
But brothers can never be parted
Precious memories never die.
*****
You gave me a brother
you taught me to dream
you gave me a brother
you made us a team
You gave me a brother
you taught me to smile
you gave me a brother
for such a short while
You gave me a brother
you taught me to treasure
you gave me a brother
whose love you couldn’t measure
You gave me a brother
you taught friendship to grow
you gave me a brother
whose fate I couldn’t know
You gave me a brother
you taught me to love
you gave me a brother
who is now up above
You gave me a brother
you gave me hope
he took my brother
now please teach me to cope.
*****
O Lord hear my prayer,
Keep my sister in your care,
For there comes a time for all of us
When we must say goodbye,
But memories of those we really loved,
Live on and never die.
Of all the many blessings,
However great or small,
To have had you for a sister,
Was the greatest one of all,
The family chain is broken now,
And nothing seems the same
But as God takes us one by one
The chain will link again.
*****
It broke my heart to lose you, Sis
But to stay just brought you pain,
Love alone could not save you
But I know we’ll meet again.
*****
Goodbye to you dear Sister,
You deserve eternal rest,
You cared so much for everyone
And always did your best.
*****
Jesus took you for a sunbeam,
To shine on Him each day.
In every way you’ll please Him,
And brighten up His day.
*****
An angel took our flower away
It needed so much care,
But some day God will tell us,
Why to us it seems unfair.
*****
My Sister, Wait For Me
I took your picture from the wall
just so I can see
How beautiful my Sister is
and hold her close to me.
To soon, so young to have to die
why did she have to go
So much to give, so full of life
I guess I’ll never know
I know I can’t have you back
but my Sister can you wait
for me, when my time ends on earth
by the stairs, at Heaven’s Gate.
~ Toni Kane

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