Me­mo­rial Verses


You could read a short me­mo­rial poem at the cer­e­mony to ac­knowl­edge those who couldn’t be there. “Al­though death has sep­a­rated us phys­i­cally, Faith and love has bound us eter­nally. Though we can­not see you,

We know you are here. Though we can­not touch you, We feel the warmth of your smile, As we be­gin our new life to­gether.” “Those we love don’t go away, They walk be­side us ev­ery­day. Un­seen, un­heard, but al­ways near. Still loved, still missed and very dear.” “Our thoughts are ever with you, Though you have passed away. And those who loved you dearly

Are think­ing of you to­day.”

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