My Other Fire

I often find myself thinking about you on random days.

In fact, I was just thinking about you today on me and my mom’s birthday.

I miss you a lot and wish that I could hear your voice again.

It was so distinct and beautiful.

I remember the laughs and smiles that we shared together.

I remember listening with ease to music that would move my soul with you.

Now, I struggle to listen to our music on my own.

It’s just not the same without you.

It just brings me nothing but heartache.

 

It’s hard living without you.

You were a constant fire in my life that I’m missing so much.

Can God bring you back to life?

It would mean so much to me.

No, I shouldn’t wish and pray for such a thing.

I always saw you as a good and faithful servant.

You were always living proof of the power of faith.

You deserve to be rewarded and favored by God.

You deserve to be in Heaven.

 

I want to talk to you about my mom.

I know that you would be proud of her.

She has helped me grow in ways that I could never imagine.

Since the beginning of my life, she has shown me unconditional love.

She made sure that I wouldn’t end up being another statistic.

Her unselfishness and kindness rubbed off on me.

She’s helped me with my struggles and helped me to my successes.

I can’t imagine the person I would be right now without her.

God truly blessed me with an angel.

 

You know I love my mom so much.

You know words can’t describe all that she’s done for me.

You know she’s been my rock my whole life.

You know she’s responsible for making me the person that I am today.

You know that she has my back.

You know all these things and more.

 

I love you so much.

It seems like we didn’t have enough time together.

I wish that I could turn back the clock and be with you.

But I want you to know that I’m good.

I’m stronger and wiser than ever before.

All thanks go to God for providing and blessing me with my mom.

My other fire.

 

 

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