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Memorial created 01-26-2005 by
Terrie Whiteman
Joey Marshall Whiteman
September 8 1980 - September 3 2002

Sorrow that is endless Tears that flow like rain Missing you forever A mask to hide this pain Candles lit in memory Wishes that were lost Days go on forever Emotions to exhaust Deny my truth forever Priceless photographs Cologne that doesn't linger Sounds of your sweet laugh Holidays without you Dreams that take me there Reality my enemy Life that's so unfair A heart so badly broken Memories all bittersweet Grief eats like a cancer Your life left incomplete A cemetery visit A bouquet set at your site Missing you forever... Till I join you in the light In Loving memory of Joey and his heavenly buddies Lyndie Sorenson © September 2007

 
From Joey/Mother's Day 2008
From JM/Mother's Day 2008
 

Sunset sets, you're still gone Sunset rises, I still mourn. When will I ever be at peace? When I see you again,then it will cease. My sweet sweet son, why did you go? Why am I left without you, do you know? I miss you more each passing day, Ever since you went away. Will I ever feel complete again? I need an answer, but until then, I will pray and see your face, In pictures only, not face to face. I Love You Joey, My heart still cries, This loneliness still burns inside. Love to You My Sweet Son September, 2007

 
 
 

What a Beautiful Tribute from Natalie Camp, mother of Anthony, another angel in heaven. Thank you sweet friend,

 

I'm down on my knees again tonight,
I'm hopin' this prayer will turn out right.
See, there is a boy that needs Your help.
I've done all that I can do myself
His mother is tired,
I'm sure You can understand.
Each night as he sleeps
She goes in to hold his hand,
And she tries
Not to cry
As the tears fill her eyes.

Can You hear me?
Am I getting through tonight?
Can You see him?
Can You make him feel all right?
If You can hear me
Let me take his place some how.
See, he's not just anyone, he's my son.

Sometimes late at night I watch him sleep,
I dream of the 'man' he'd like to be.
I try to be strong and see him through,
But God, who he needs right now is You.
Let him grow old,
Live life without this fear.
What would I be
Living without him here?
He's so tired,
And he's scared
Let him know that You're there.

Can You hear me?
Am I getting through tonight?
Can You see him?
Can You make him feel all right?
If You can hear me
Let me take his place some how.
See, he's not just anyone, he's my son.

Can You hear me?
Am I getting through tonight?
Can You see him?
Can You make him feel all right?
If You can hear me
Let me take his place somehow.
See, he's not just anyone.

Can You hear me?
Can You see him?
Please don't leave him,
He's my son.

 
Mark Schultz

 

Within my heart I'm seeking
To find a bit of peace
No longer to be captive
To make this pain all cease

Since the day you left me
Life changed in every way
Tears fill my eyes each morning
Grief's a part of every day

I find myself so different
Those around me question why?
It is not like he just left her...
She must accept that he did die

While the world continues moving
As I smile through my grief
Within my heart I'm seeking
For a moment of relief

I have reasons to keep living
I repeat this just for me
God... why have you done this?
Can't you hear my deepest plea

No answers have been given
Words of wisdom not been left
While the world continues moving...
With wishes I'd forget

In loving memory of Joey and his heavenly buddies
Lyndie
copyright August 2011

 

 

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