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Let me tell you about a game I play Where I close my eyes and fade away I float away to a special place. I wanted to cry when I read this.
I didn't realize how often I do this, even throughout the day. This one touched my heart. My husband has been in jail for 3 years.
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He got 7 years and there Daddy has to be away for awhile. Please don't cry; show me that smile. Be careful when you're out to play. Watch out for cars; don't get in their way My mom lied to me all my life. It was to protect me, to protect me from all the pain.
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But lying is like waiting for him to show up, and he's not coming back. I was 6 years old when my dad All these days and nights without you here, It's a little bit more than I can bear. The days are cold and so very long.
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Checkout as a Guest. You have elected to checkout as a guest, and may now continue with your order. I lost my parents 26 days apart back in February and March of I think of them both 5, 10, 50 times a day still. I want them back as well, so I know what you are going through.
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I feel Me and Mum would always write dear Santa Claus a note, but this year Mum won't be around so this is what I wrote While reading this, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Only 1 difference-since Santa can't bring my husband home, I have asked that he take me to heaven to be with him! Even though distance The end of your journey is now in sight, And from the darkness you can now see light, I know it's been tough, but I'm hoping you know, From that hard bitter lesson, "You reap what you sow" I was very touched. My son is also in prison for a stupid incident because of his ex-wife of 20 years and his best friend.
He is nearing time for parole. He has nearly spent 4 years of an As I lay here in the dark, between these prison walls I would think about you, and my tears would fall You were the sun that shines, an encouraging thought I understand this completely.
Unfortunately my husband has been incarcerated for the past 21 months. His mother passed away 30 days to the day of him being incarcerated and his father There you are On the other side of the window You look sad and scared Wondering where your son is about to go What an amazing touching poem!! My son is in prison, it hurts everyday, this poem really is reflective of the real pain family members feel all the time.
My fave poem on here!