Monday, May 17, 2010

Monday's Mourning Ministry - Somewhere Out There / Her Child-Like Grin

Monday's Mourning Ministry

Somewhere Out There

Her Child-Like Grin

God, please hold my baby girl tonight.

Give all my love to her, Mommy's delight,

her eyes beaming into Your gentle face.

Some day I'll get there with my own embrace...

Thank You for restoring her child-like heart,

For we're one-in-spirit though now apart.

Thank You for reminding me, "She's alive!"

She's safe in Your arms where her spirit can thrive.

The veil between us seems billowy thin

As her spirit slides through with her child-like grin!


Somewhere Out There

An American Tail

Somewhere out there

Beneath the pale moonlight,

Someone's thinking of me

And loving me tonight.

Somewhere out there

Someone's saying a prayer

That we'll find one another

In that big somewhere out there.

And even though I know

How very far apart we are,

It helps to think we might be

wishing on the same bright star.

And when the night wind starts

To sing a lonesome lullaby,

It helps to think we're sleeping

Underneath the same big sky.

Somewhere out there

If love can see us through,

Then we'll be together,

Somewhere out there

Out where dreams come true.


Thank you to Becky from ~ another grieving mother, for the inspiration of this song from her blog. May God bless you Becky, as you grieve your precious daughter, Jae Lynn.

Poem - Her Child-Like Grin - Angie Bennett Prince - 5/16/10


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