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Stanley Lynn Siegel resting now with God.
 Category:  Family Poetry
  Posted: September 11, 2020      Views: 17

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I am Married, enjoys reading and writing poems and prose's I guess some of my writings full more of story's then poems. however I am improving from where I started at. I used be known as stevenlate65 also. as poetsteve15 also poetrose65 or - more...

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"Our Brother Stan" by poetsteve15
Our Brother Stan
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Our brother, Stan was not just a man, he was one of
Gods special people. Part of  mother nature; as well
as Gods chosen one. He was at home with the animals,
rocks, and the earth. The earth was our mother, the sky
was our father, the sun and moon were our grandparents,

the stars were my brothers and sisters, the elements
were my relatives. He was part of  a much larger family.
However, God had a much bigger plans in for him.
that he just had to inquire about at that time his life
of mine. “Listen to me my children, God does have
a plan that we must find out for ourselves, then let
them play out to the best of our abilities. For himself
he just wanted to live harmony with others in his life;
treating others with respect and not let abuse or anger
get in the way for his wife and boys. Leaving room to laugh
at  the rest of the world sometimes. Lastly his love for
the Lord Jesus Christ. Even when he was sick he would
tell Spetme to pray for his roommate that he needed it more.
Rest In peace my brother Stan.

                Steve L. Siegel
            September 11, 2020
      Born November 29 1947

      Died  August 29 2020

He lived his life between the daashes.


Author Notes
I lost my only living brother last week. This is my way of saying goodbye. This has been the hardest one i haver ever done, I have tried to get the tense in right but knowing me i might messed up anyways. The picture is from Pinterest. It fits my brother. It is not letting me chose the gold color font want or to go around the picture,
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