Plus - Appreciation

Another day without you

Hilda Stella Ranasinghe

On her first anniversary of death

Another day without you
Fills our hearts with pain;
Still we hear your voice and see your smile,
And with that we could talk a while.
A heart of gold stopped beating,
Hard-working hands were laid to rest;
God broke our hearts to show us
He only takes the best.
Deep in our hearts you will always stay,
Loved and remembered every day.
We love you, Amma, more than
You'll ever know.

Affectionately remembered by husband Wilbert, daughters Nelum, Deepthi, Rashmi, Chintha and Sharma, sons-in-law and grandchildren

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