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Poetry In Memory Of Walton Hillerich

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I Lose My Grip - February 23, 2012

by Ramona - daughter
I lose my grip on reality with each day that passes by;
I haven't a clue where I'm headed,
Oh how this pain makes me cry.

My world is changing so very quickly and I'm losing everything in sight;
Why can't things go back to how it used to be
so that everything would be alright?

Why do we have to lose the ones we love so deeply,
it's just not fair, it's just not right;
Oh why God do you take them can't you see, I'm filled with fright!

The days come and go but the pain, it stays forever,
It never really leaves your soul when you know you'll no longer be together.

Your heart; it's ripped wide open and even though you try to hide;
it will break and bleed continuously and feel as though it will never subside.

I can't take this pain no longer oh how it's killing me inside;
What suffering we have to go through when the ones we love, have died.


My father was a great man, loved by all. The memories I have of him will always be tucked safely where they belong. To say I'll miss my Dad is putting it lightly. My heart from now on will always, my life will forever feel empty. My father was one of the loves of my life and my hero and my world will be forever changed.

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From connie (myers) harvey
24 Feb 2012 – connie (myers) harvey sent this sympathy ecard and wrote:
a great man will be missed but god needed this wonderfull man, love you all connie


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