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Rest In Peace, Mom - Part II
by Randy Johnson
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I was devastated when I learned that you wouldn't make it.
When it came to my heart, your demise sure did break it.
You died 1096 days ago in 2013.
It was the worst year that I've seen.
When I saw you on life support, it was rough but facing your death was rougher.
My brother and I had you taken off the respirator so you wouldn't continue to suffer.
When you were dying, I felt helpless because there was nothing I could do.
When I found you dead on March the 6th, I had to say goodbye to you.
It took me about two years to get to feeling better about your death. 
For two years I suffered tremendously after you became ill and left.
You were such a great mother that you made my brother and me better men.
Your death isn't permanent, when Jesus returns, we will see each other again.
I felt overbearing pain which made my life a mess.
Rest In Peace Mom, you were truly the greatest.


[Dedicated to Agnes Johnson (1948-2013) who passed away three years ago today on March 6, 2013.]
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March 06, 2016
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