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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 3 – Advanced)
Topic: Don’t Look Back (04/19/12)

TITLE: ISAAC AARON LIGHT-BEARER
By Henrietta W. Romman
04/24/12


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ISAAC AARON, A LIGHT–BEARER


Is little Isaac Aaron now a cherub…an angel maybe?
So loved and greatly loving in his own calm way,
All the time we knew and hugged him God made us see
A being approved and sent to bless, but never meant to stay,
Calling us his beloved Jeddo and Teita with all pure love,
Always has met us with sweet embrace and care,
As he left the world, God’s message from above
Resounded: “Let go of this evil world: don’t glare,
Open your hearts my children, exalt me, seek My Gate,
Note my Light-Bearer Isaac, hear… learn from his fate”



Isaac Aaron , was the firstborn son of a greatly favored couple in our life . We chose him as the ring-bearer at the wedding of our daughter in 1996. At that time, he was only seven years of age.

Two months later, due to a terrible car accident, Isaac lost his life and went to be with the Lord. In the Middle- Eastern language, the words Jeddo and Teita are endearing words for Grandfather & Grandmother ….This is how he called us all the time…before the Lord received him into Glory….Hallelujah…Amen


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Catherine Maher04/26/12
Very sweet recollection of a little one gone on to glory. Sadness overcome by blessing. You will see him again some day. Good work.
Hiram Claudio04/27/12
A well written tribute to a wonderful little prince. Thank you for sharing him with us!
CD Swanson 04/27/12
I felt your heart in this short and touching piece. Your sadness is overshadowed by your joy knowing he is in heaven. Thank you for sharing your love of your little Isaac. God Bless~

Genia Gilbert04/27/12
Very touching story and great tribute to the little boy and his parentss.
Laura Hawbaker 04/30/12
I liked the line, "a being sent to bless, but never meant to stay."

Good job!
Leola Ogle 05/01/12
The loss of one so young is always so sad. This was a wonderful tribute to young Isaac Aaron, who will live on in your memories and in pictures of your daughter's wedding. God bless.
Nancy Bucca 05/02/12
Truly sweet and touching.
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 05/03/12
This is a beautiful tribute to little Issac. I could feel the love and pain in these words. Nicely done.