[Funeral Program for Aaron E. Wilkerson, May 27, 2005] Page: 7 of 8
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You/ were/ yy-full of life/,
A Iwayy yyvulOng^ and carefree/.
Life/ loved/you/ beings a/ part of it,
A nd we/ loved/ you/ being^ a/part of ay.
You/ could/ make/ anyone/ laugh/.
Nothings could/ ever ytop you/,
Or even/ make/you/ faH,
You/ were/ ready to- take/ the/ world/,
But God/decided/He/ needed yoa,
So- from/ thiy world/you/ left,
Bat you/ took a/piece/ of ay.
Oar hearty are/ what you/ kept
Your teat iy empty,
A nd/ Ctfy hard/ not to- zee/your face/,
Bat,please/ know that no- one/ can/ ever take/your place/.
Nothing^ wiHever be/the/bawie/,
Bat we/ know you/ are/ On Heaven/,
Watching over ay.
We/ will vm^y yow.
One/ day, God way walking^ throagh/ the/ (jardew of H eaven, and He
began to- become/ op bet. He/ laid
The/ garden/ looky a Uke it neechy a new gardner, for the grayy way
taU/ and the/ flowery were/ drooping<
He/ called one/ofhCyangely at once/ and when the/angel arrived,
he/zaid, "I need a/ lancUcaper, bat only the/ beyt." So-God1 y angel
worked/to-find the/best, and wiomenty later, the/angel returned
4* with one/ name/,
A or on W iXkeryyn.
God wav fit to-take/yow from/ ay, because/ He/ neededyou/ inHeaven.
M)e/thanJk/God/for blewing* ay with a/ wonderful Great
Andrcf/bJiqae/, VeAandria/, JaNaya, Kaerra/
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