Now I lay my wants to rest,
The weight of care upon my chest.
I promptly pine for clarity,
A remedy for this tragedy.
If we must die before we wake,
What measures, then, are we to take?
Live on in love and share our sorrow,
Ever hoping for brighter tomorrow.
And when body and soul are rent apart,
May survivors endure with comforted heart.
In Fervent Prayer,