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MOONBEAMS have been the darkest These have been the darkest of days The loss of our dearest mum You function on instinct Sleep patterns destroyed You are enwrapped in loss Grief overwhelms you Tears fill every waking hour And yet ... I have a sense of peace The soft glow of a moonbeam A warming gentle light It carries a message of love A mother's love A mother's love to her family During these heartbreaking days We all know and feel your love Even with storms and dark skies The Moon is still there Still shining above the clouds Just waiting to break through Moonbeams never far away Love and hope close at hand (Written for Dorothy Alice Wyatt who passed away on April 28, 2012).

David Wyatt, Hipswell Highway, Coventry.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 8, 2012
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