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My Son Bobby Redmond ©

Dedicated to my son who is terminally ill in the USA as the NHS cannot help my son with his rare disease

John Bearcat-Redmond
Fife, Scotland
2006

I have a son with a heart of gold
One of the best the world can hold
His special laugh and his bearded face
You're a special laddie I couldn't replace
My heart it aches with sadness
My secret tears do flow, when I think about your illness
I never ever want to lose you or ever let you go
Precious will be the memories and I have quite a few
I will treasure them forever because they're of me and you
To me you will always be someone special
What more is there to say, I wish with all my heart and prayers
That you can be with us forever and a day
It never needs to be a special day to bring you to my mind
For the days without the thought of you
Would be very hard to find



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