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A Simple Memorial Poem For My Twin Who Died For Christmas.

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    Ryan Zombro

    A poem I wrote for a memorial
    In honor of the death and resurrection of my twin brother. Eric Zombro,

    You are my motivation, my memorial, my magnetic charm.

    You are to me, everything.

    God took you this Christmas past, never to let these memories pass.

    No more sorrow, nor grief, nor pain,

    your ashes will not be quite the same.

    Slain by addiction, this to shall pass,

    in the arms of our Saviour you are at last.

    Singing and praising the Lord with such glee,

    never have you been so free.

    Now beholding the Lamb that was slain,

    your legacy will never be in vain.

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3 thoughts on “A Simple Memorial Poem For My Twin Who Died For Christmas.

  1. I am commenting using my WordPress.com account, according to “what my computer is telling me,” a “pop-up” or whatever is showing my picture below this comment box, then it says: lovelibertylife: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) then a WordPress Logo.

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  2. I will leave the poem here too, just in case the technical issue isn’t resolved. To Eric Zombro, MY TWIN TIL THE END:
    You are my motivation, my memorial, my magnetic charm.
    You are to me, everything.
    God took you this Christmas past, never to let these memories pass.
    No more sorrow, nor grief, nor pain,
    your ashes will not be quite the same.
    Slain by addiction, this too shall pass,
    in the arms of our Savior, you are at last.
    Singing and praising the Lord with such glee,
    never have you been so free.
    Now beholding the Lamb that was slain,
    your legacy will never be in vain.

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