Rest in Peace

Thirty-seven years old
Is such a young age
To have your life end
And have to turn the page
You're in a better place
Where there is no more pain
You had nothing to lose, being so sick
But from it, I had nothing to gain
You were such a strong person
With all you had to fight
Then you kind of gave up
And went into the light
When it is my turn to pass
But hopefully not for a while
You'd better be waiting for me
With a warm hug and a smile
I will love you forever
Until I see you again
A son, brother, cousin
My uncle, my friend

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