In Memoriam Carol A. Nadeau & Beatrice A. Mead

C arol A. Nadeau
Feb 13, 1944 – Oct 24, 2008

Beatrice A. Mead
Feb 22, 1932 – Oct 14, 2007

A rose so rare

One of a kind,

Love and beauty a mother

Yes mine.

A rose without thorns

Not a petal was torn,

A perfect rose stood straight and tall

My mother was the most precious of all.

A rose that survived the worst kind of weather

And yet the most delicate ever,

A rose with a fragrance

There could be no other,

You see this rose is my mother.

A rose is picked and put to dry,

The beauty is still there

It never dies.

In memory of the best two mothers ever.

Never forgotten by the families that love you dearly.



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