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My time on Earth has reached its end.
I’ll always be your poetry friend.
I’ve enjoyed the time we had to share.
Thank you all, I’m glad you care.

My pain is gone, I’m now at rest.
Keep on writing and give your best.
Don’t be sad now that I’m gone.
Just use your words and carry on.

Copyright © Mark Koplin | Year Posted 2022


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Date: 9/24/2022 5:21:00 PM

This is beautiful, and I'm sure Connie would give this very beautiful encouragement. She was so strong, so beautiful and kind. In tears as I read this, and comment.
Date: 9/18/2022 5:37:00 AM

Mark this is such a wonderful Poem from you to read. Your words convey what Connie would say to all who cared of her and shared their love for her. I love how it was her thoughts that were conveyed instead of ours to her. In the keeping of her memory alive in our hearts you have penned another heartfelt poem reflecting the legacy she left here for us to remember her by. This adds to the caring Poets that have kept her alive in our thoughts. Loved this one from you Mark. A favorite my friend...
Date: 9/16/2022 4:43:00 PM

Clichés are often true, like: the best is yet to come. No doubt this time. RIP Miss Connie. A nice tribute. :o)
Date: 9/16/2022 11:25:00 AM

Hello Mark, This is a powerful first verse. When we die our pain is gone. Enjoy your day my friend.
Date: 9/16/2022 10:07:00 AM

It's all we can do Mark when one of our own passes. Use our words and carry on. Tom
Date: 9/16/2022 8:33:00 AM

Hey Mark….a lovely simple but powerful poem! Is it related to Connie’s passing? Debx