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THAT KIDS GOT STYLE
Written by Amy L. Novak
We have all lost a wonderful soul
Someone with so may goals
Everyone asking each other why
No one knows and answers with a sigh
He would always greet you, with that smile
And leave you thinking, HEY! That kids got style
He loved to bowl, as much as he could
The kids ask him to help, and he always would
Now he is gone, and we sit around and discuss
And see how he touched so many of us
He was just so young
His life had just begun
He is now in a much better place
I am sure he was met, with his mothers smiling face
I know his mother showed him the light
Now he’s safe and she is holding him tight
MAKE YOUR PURPOSE KNOWN
Written by Jesse Bailey, age 15, in memory of Zach
July 27, 2004
Remember next time you pause to wonder “why”?
God allowed a kid so young, to die.
That he has a definite purpose for all he does.
We need to learn to trust him, especially when we don’t know what the purpose was.
His empty body lay there, askew in his bed,
Waiting for father to find him, to realize he was dead.
First a mother, then a brother, a friend,
Lord, I wonder, “When will this pain ever end?”
One day at a time we’ll go on as we’ve been taught.
He led a good life, a good fight had been fought.
He’s with you now, as he was in the beginning.
Greeted by choirs of angels singing.
We’ll meet him again in heaven one day.
When all this hurt will all pass away
And so I ask one thing, and one thing alone;
That you, My Lord, “Make Your Purpose Known”.
September 13, 1985 to July 27, 2004
ALWAYS IN OUR MEMORY