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From Angel Kayleigh  




Dear Mr Postman,can you send a letter from me,
I need it sent from up above to my earthly family
Please send it quick, my mummy's sad, I hate to see her cry.
Every night she prays to God and sadly asks him why.

Please let it say, I could not stay, with an Angel I had to go
I'm fine, I'm happyhere with the other babies I know
I hope it reads to Daddy, I know you love me too
I miss you lots and all the things that we had planned to do.

Grandma, how I'll miss your hugs and kisses planned for me
I know how much you'll miss the growing child that I should be
Close it with, I love you so, I'm with you in your heart
I never really left you see, I was an angel from the start.
A Poem that helped  
A close friend of mine gave me this poem at Eli's funeral and it really helped me. Thank you Kara.

Daddy please don't look so sad,
Mommy please don't cry,
cause I am in the arms of Jesus
and He sings me lullabies.
Please try not to question God,
don't think He is unkind.
Don't think He sent me to you,
and then he changed His mind.
You see, I am a special child,
and I am needed up above,
I'm the special gift you gave Him,
the product of your love.
I'll always be there with you,
and watch the sky at night
find the brightest star that's gleaming,
that's my halo's brilliant light.
You'll see me in the morning frost,
that mists your windowpane.
That's me, in the summer showers,
I'll be dancing in the rain.
When you feel a gentle breeze,
from a gentle wind that blows,
that's me; I'll be there, planting a kiss on your nose.
When you see a child playing,
and your heart feels a little tug,
that's me; I'll be there, giving your heart a hug.
So, Daddy, please don't look so sad,
Mommy don't you cry.
I'm in the arms of Jesus,
and He sings me lullabies.
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