In Loving Memory of
Dean Knight


SPRING into infatuation, A SUMMER of fireworks and love, FALL into the tragedy, Of the WINTER'S cold end to our love. Awoke to a morning phone call, It was our good friend. News that you had passed on. Your time here had come to an end. A body so full of soul, A soul so full of life, I thought we were to grow old together, I thought to one day be your wife. You were a present sent from Heaven, Everything I loved wrapped into one. You were perfect for a reason, Perfect because you were a chosen one. You took my world when you went away. And it pains my heart not to fell you everyday. But I take comfort in our true love, And our reunion someday in Heaven above. I'd give anything to see your face, I'd pay a million for your smile, You whispering,"Baby!" from those lips, Just let me listen for a while... You almost seem like a fantasy to me, That you were all just a dream. No one ever deemed so perfect, As my beloved, "Dean the Dream." I never got to tell you everything I needed to, I just needed a little more time. I was going to speak my love from these lips, The moment yours once again met mine. But the words were never spoken, Only my emotions can say it all, Dean, Baby, oh how I love you... You are my friend, my soulmate, my all. SPRING into infatuation, A SUMMER of fireworks and love, FALL into the tragedy, Of the WINTER'S cold end to our love. Every moment that we spent together will be forever etched in my heart. No one can ever take that away from me no matter how hard they try. I knew how much we felt for each other the moment we first met. Just like you said, Baby, "I was MEANT to find you, Curly Sue!" We were meant to be together, and we will finish what we started when I meet you in Heaven.

Love to you, and KISSES!!! XOXOXOXOX Kristin


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