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The End



Thank you for being here and for taking the time to remember.

Of the times near and far that we often take for granted but learn to treasure.

The end has arrived and what a joy it’s been, to have lived this life with love, laughter, and a sinful grin.

You may not know or you might not realize, the blessings you’ve earned throughout this lifetime.

So as you cry and mourn this day, relax and reflect on the good times, and even the times that were grey.

Life can be fleeting and sometimes not fair, still, find a way to laugh and carry on. Trust that love will be there.

In the end, you’ll always find, the light in the darkness and a world that is kind.

May blessings be found and plenteous in this life and the next.

'Cause although it might seem to be, this is not the end.
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Written on May 19, 2022

Submitted by mtrujillo7587 on August 03, 2022

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Mary Helen Trujillo

Mary Helen Trujillo was born April 16, 1987, in Denver CO. She is a long-time writer and lyricist, recently published. Though she wears many hats, having gone to school for automotive technology, being an emergency medical dispatcher for over a decade, a mother, daughter, friend and wife, her love for writing and healing through poetry remains strong and deeply rooted. It is in her writing that she finds peace from the busy world and invites everyone to share in her words of love, heartbreak, resilience, tragedy and chaos. more…

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