alan kenneth lewis

by yvonne jones
(birmingham england)

In memory of my much loved son we had you for a short time not knowing you were only on load to us but for that time we had you brought so much joy and love to our lives the things you did the jokes you played we could write a book and it would never end your smile your laught your voice even to hear that door open and to say lm home what we wouldnt give no one knows the hurt we bear and the loneliness we have to bear we go to the place of where you were gound and wonder why and why you were there the flowers we leabe are for the lobe we cannot share and the petals are are for the tears we cry as for you we have no more we wont ever let go we are with you our no one forever young our star in the hood shine on we go to that lane everyday and hold on to thou wonderful memorys that we have to hold on to for evermore we love you alan rest sleep tight until we met again god bless you and love and look after you for me lov and miss you mum and all xxxxxxxx

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Aug 09, 2013
Angel boy
by: Marie

My heart slowed when I read about your beautiful boy being ripped from this earth. I am so so sorry and I know that time does NOT heal this wound but only scabs it over. I pray that I can lighten your grief in some small way just by saying I am so so sorry. I know that all children who die young are being held in the arms of the Lord as is your Angel Alan Kenneth. Peace be with you as I pray for your heart to lighten and to once again beat without slowing

Oct 03, 2012
A tribute for a son
by: jackie steely

A beautiful tribute to your son. I came across it while searching for a tribute to share for tge 20th annivery of my 22 year son. He was killed in a automobile accident. On oct 12,1992_ we miss him so much. My love an prayers go out to you and your family. My email is !!!!!!!

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