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A New Flower In The Garden

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TITLE (EDIT)
A New Flower In The Garden
DESCRIPTION
A poem about my sister Helen who passed away this year.And how God had picked her for his garden as she is a special person.
[87 words]
AUTHOR
R Duncan
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[November 2012]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (18)
A Lost Love Is Hard To Find (Poetry) This is about a broken heart, trying to find it's lost love. [109 words]
An Addict, Not Me (Poetry) I wrote this on the aftermath of the death of singer Amy Winehouse from a drug over dose on the 23rd July 2011 [272 words]
And Then I Cried Out ''Why'' (Poetry) This is about the addicts cry "WHY" when they realise the depths that they have sunk to through having an addiction [175 words]
Come Buy A Poppy (Poetry) A poem about an old soldier standing on a street corner with a collection can and a tray of poppy's and how people walk by and ignore him. [111 words]
Crying Without Tears (Poetry) Poem about suffering from a broken heart, and being alone and all dried out. [85 words]
Enough Enough Enough (Poetry) A Short poem about the need to stop the destruction of our planet. [86 words]
In His Brilliance (Poetry) A short poem about how we look at God but can't see him for his brilliance because we look with our eyes and not our souls [129 words]
In The Fields Of France (Poetry) A Poem inspired by a photo I saw, of a poppy next to barbed wire in a field.The poem is about The Poppy Fields of France, where many a young soldier laid down his life, for our freedom reminding us to... [176 words]
Lest We Forget (Poetry) This is a poem about remembrance day, and why we would should never forget the reason. [91 words]
Look In The Mirror (Poetry) A poem about addicts and how they see themselves when they look in the mirror at their reflection. [116 words]
Mother Hear Me. (Poetry) A short poem about saying your last goodbyes to your mother [80 words]
The Fallen (Poetry) This is for all our fallen soldiers [141 words]
The Owl & The Cat (Poetry) This was written between two soulmates over the internet each writing a line in turn, we have never met personaly, but our souls are entwined in eternity. Rikki Duncan & Irene Bruce [393 words]
The Pain Of Seeing You Leave, Is Less Than The Pain Of Watching You Suffer (Poetry) I wrote this after my sister Helen died, we had fallen out for 4 months over something trivial and hadn't talked or saw each other. and I spent the last seven days of her life, looking at her laying i... [162 words]
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The Words Are Not Enough (Poetry) A short emotional poem about our fallen soldiers [52 words]
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A New Flower In The Garden
R Duncan

A New Flower In The Garden


Stay sleeping, do not fear
Don't breath a sigh, don't shed a tear
I have loved you for so long
I hear your name, in every song.

Helen you are precious
A special child to me
And now that time has come
To bring you home you see.

It is spring time in the garden
And new flowers I must sow
I have a place set aside for you
Where I can watch you grow.

So Helen I have picked you
You are a chosen one
To brighten up the heavens
Till the setting of the sun.

      

 

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