Moma - angel above
by Zara Benton.........................................
She was my best friend, my confidant and my world. I miss her more than words can say, more than life itself. She was always there when I needed a friend and she would have given her life for me. She had me later on in life and so I did not have her for as long as other people have their mothers, I was 42 when she died.
Having lost my father to Lukeamia in 1982 aged 66 years when I was 24 years old my world changed forever, I now had no parents to turn to, and so it has been a long hard struggle to come to terms with their loss and my heart still grieves for them both. I really them and I always will.
My love for them will never die and their memories live on in me and in everything around me that reminds me of them.
Here is a poem that I found shortly after moma had passed away it reminds me of the wonderful times we all shared together in the time that God allowed me to be with them. I hope that one day we will all be together again, for all eternity. I will love you both until that day and beyond.
In Loving Memory of My Dear Mom
If I could have one single wish
I'd simply sit and hold your hand
We'd talk about the old times
May angels watch over you until we meet again.
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