JUDITH DZWAIRO Light a candle for her Wherever you are Lay down your wreath On the stone cold pavement When the sun has faded And you can no longer see Her smiling face In the hallway And on the street where You live; Turn down the lights Light a torchAnd show them The way to home. We will meet her there This summer In the deep blue waters, A reminder of the fullness Of her youthful life; Memories of her presence Drawing us closer To the life she lived . . . When roses float On the water; We will sing with you, Across the miles And whisper a prayer In our own language For Judith We will someday, somewhere, meet in spirit. Much loved mother, daughter, sister and aunt from the Dzwairo family
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Published in Dallas Morning News on Aug. 10, 2013