Ashes Release Prayer Poem

As the wind picks up your ashes

And they fly throughout the air

We can feel your love surrounding us

As if you are right there

We are letting go of our tears

As we celebrate your love

And we know that you are perfect

As you live with God above

We will hold on to sweet memories

Of our days here spent with you

And the legacy of love you left

Will surely see us through

Our days will be much different now

That you’re in Heaven’s light

But, we’ll live our lives in honor of you

And we’ll speak with you each night

So as we release these ashes

We make a promise here today

You will live life now through our eyes

As if you never went away






About the Author
My name is Fara Gibson. I am a Psychic/Medium. I was born with an amazing ability given to me by God. I have the ability to connect people here in the physical world with their loved ones that have passed on to Heaven. You see, I said that I was born with an ability because the gift lies in the messages that I get to give to people like you. When I was a little girl I always knew that I was a little different from all of the other kids. I could see things the other kids didn’t see, hear things the other kids couldn’t hear and I felt things that I couldn’t explain. In my teens, I discovered that it wasn’t that I was different, I was blessed. I am clairaudient (I hear spirit), clairsentient (I feel spirit) and I am also clairvoyant (I see spirit and the symbols they give me). I have shared messages of healing and assurance that our loved ones are with us and watching over us from Heaven since I was a young girl. Fara Gibson, Psychic Medium There is a link to my FB Page listed on my Website. If you would like to focus on your Healing, I would love for each of you to join my page. I have also just written and released a book about Heaven titled "Looking Into The Windows Of Heaven" May those of you who read this book find healing within it's pages. You may purchase my book by copying and pasting this link in your browser
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