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Re: My poem for Quentin

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September 04, 2006 at 09:15:57:

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My poem for Quentin
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September 03, 2006 at 23:30:10:

: Hi, I just wanted to share the poem I wrote in Quentin's honor. The 2nd anniversary of his death just passed and I just wanted to share. He was such an amazing kid with love and kindness for everyone... I just wanted to share so you can get a small glimpse of how very deeply loved he was... is. sigh
: I miss him oh so much!
: Barb

Hey Babzer

Thank you for sharing such a beautiful and inspirational tribute to your precious Quentin. The memories of Quentin are now in full swing for helping others on their journey. To share Quentins memories on this Earthly plane is the greatest gift that you can give Quentin in return for the gift that he has given his beloved family, pure and unconditional love.
I speak to, and counsel with many families who have had a little soul cross over, and with your blessings I would love to read your poem to them, as it would be a total inspiration to others on this journey. Take care, and may your day be filled with the peace and comfort your soul so rightly deserves.

Reaching For Joy

: Quentin Mitchell Stacy
: was a special little guy.
: He could make you smile with laughter,
: or at least he sure would try.

: His grin was so mischievous
: as if up to some sly task
: If anyone should question him
: he'd respond with, "Why do you ask"?

: His love of school was obvious.
: Science and Math he loved the best.
: He loved to go exploring.
: Digging up dinosaur bones was his quest.

: He really loved his teachers
: his first 3 years at school.
: He made the comment more than once
: that they were "really cool".

: Each day we'd ask Quentin
: what was the best and worst part of his day.
: "No bad parts just good and
: I saw my brothers at lunch "was what he'd always say.

: His love for family was strong,
: especially for Jacob, his twin brother.
: They'd trade identities to fool everyone
: even thought they didn't look like each other.

: One thing that is for certain...
: that boy sure loved to eat.
: Wendy's classic single and Little Caesars pizza
: tied as his favorite dinner treat.

: At home he'd ask for root beer
: with hot dogs and macaroni and cheese.
: He really liked the simple things
: and was very easy to please.

: There are so many more memories
: about this kid that we would love to share.
: Most will make you laugh and hopefully,
: make his death a bit easier to bear.

: He'd prefer you all to smile
: and remember good times past.
: Review your life's priorities
: since time seems to pass by so fast.

: It's strange to think that Quentin's death
: may have actually caused some good.
: How a little eight year old can touch so many lives. We never understood.

: So much love was shown during our time of loss
: as the community helped us out.
: But Quentin knew within his heart,
: it's what God's love is all about.

: Be good in Heaven, honey, and use your best manners. We love you.

: Love, Mama, Dad, Andy, Krysta, Orri, Zac and Jacob


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