I am There
I am there with you in the morning light,
And with you when you got to bed at night.
I am there with every little breeze that blows,
And in every blade of grass that grows.
I am there in every decision that you make,
And also with every breath you take.
I am there when your world is full of strife,
And when you experience the joys of life.
I am there when it is all quiet at home,
Or where ever you go, where ever you roam.
I am there when you go out with your friends,
And I am there when your time comes to an end.
I am there when you crack a bad joke,
Or when you got to have that one last smoke.
I am there when you’re coming home from work,
Tired of your boss, who you think is a jerk.
I am there when the wind chills you to the bone,
I am always near, you are never alone.
I am there when you start to cry,
And when you are just sitting and wondering “Why?”
Why did my loved one go away?
Could we have not shared just one more day?
But, I had to go and now I am at rest,
But, you go live your life so full of zest.
So, remember when life just doesn’t seem fair,
I am all around you, I didn’t die, because, “I am there!”
This poem is dedicated to my mother, Martha A. Larkins
August 23, 1931-April 2, 1998
And to everyone who has lost a loved one
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