Blantyre Relatives, we miss so dearly

Breath-Prayer-Candle copyToday, at Christmas time, we remember those Blantyre relatives who are sadly no longer with us. Please give this poem a like or share to spread some Blantyre festive, community sentiment. Thanks.

“Blantyre Relatives, we miss so dearly”

Presents unwrapped with festive cheer,
We sip mulled wine, the holy day here.
Children’s laughter, games and fun,
Food aplenty, gorged our tums.

Blantyre basks in Christmas delight,
Carols ring out the Silent night,
Peace and goodwill to all that we choose,
With a Community spirit we’ll never loose.

But for all the celebrations now we make,
We should keep in mind, at this break,
Those who have passed and aren’t here,
The Blantyre people, we miss so dear.

To our mums and dads who suddenly passed,
To brothers, sisters and by no means last,
To Grandparents, friends, know our hearts breaking
As we stop to remember those lives that were taken.

Watching over us all from High Blantyre to Low,
Ever warming our hearts, making them glow,
Those Blantyre relatives, I miss so dearly,
They’re still with me now, I feel that clearly.

Paul Veverka, 2015.

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  1. What a lovely poem so meaningful to all who have lost loved ones

    Sent from my iPad


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