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The Celebration Of Tina’s Life

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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The Celebration Of Tina’s Life

We are here to celebrate your life

And the measure of its worth

And every single life you touched

While you were on this earth.

We wish to pay our last respects.

That’s why we all are here,

To thank you for your friendship

And all the memories we hold dear.

It’s been a privilege to have known you.

We were family, not just friends,

And we will carry you in spirit

Until we meet up once again.

Jodi Daly
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