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In The Heavens

Book by: Darragh Quinlan

Summary

I miss you Daffney.Thinking of you all the time.

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I miss you Daffney.Thinking of you all the time.

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: January 28, 2013

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Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: January 28, 2013

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This story is dedicated to Daffeny.

Daffeny you are my daffodil.Better than  a rose. Cheerful and bright.

 

I remember when I was young you bought me choclate

buttons.

Mammy told me not to eat them,but I did anyway,

You used to sneak them  and give them to me when mam was boiling the tea .

That smile was cheerful as I said.She  drove a yellow car kind of thing.

It was like a bus.She kept reminding me that I was her favourite.

On the day of my Communion she gave me a card that had £20 euro

in it and a big hug.Daffeney was so full of life.In one word I could describe

her............beautiful.Sadly she died on Friday 18th of March 2011.It was

a tremendous loss.Each night I pray for her and I hope she does the

same

 

 

 

In The Heavens By DARRAGH QUINLAN

 

 


© Copyright 2016 Darragh Quinlan. All rights reserved.

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