Queen Elizabeth II last journey (poem)

19 Sep

May you rest in peace

Queen Elizabeth II last journey

The time has come for our final farewell to you, Our Queen,
Our Majesty, Our Royal Highness, to all that you have been.
For seventy years you sat with dignity upon the throne,
Your dedication to your role, your kindness so well known.
You touched the world with your love, travelling so far and wide,
Reaching out to many, with your Prince Philip at your side.
Upon this final journey, in grandeur you now depart,
Farewell Your Majesty, you will still live within my heart

© Jenny Maryl

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