The Dash Between Glass Frame
The Dash Between Glass Frame

The Dash Between Glass Frame PF3156

The Dash Between Glass Frame
USD $39.99
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  • Memorial frame measures 9” x 8” x 3/16”
  • Holds a 4” x 6” inch vertical photo
  • Sturdy silver tone pin to create a fashionable easel
  • Personalized with the name and Dates
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    When someone passes away, we always mark their dates of birth and death. But, as the poem on this memorial frame notes, it’s the years between those numbers that truly represent your loved one’s accomplishments. Display his sentiment along with a 4x6 photo of your friend or family memory in your home or office via this lovely personalized Dash Between frame, which includes not only this touching poem but also the name and dates of the deceased. A sturdy, silver-toned pin is included for ease of display. The poem reads:
    The Dash Between
    I knelt there at the headstone
    of one I love and cried.
    Name, with dates of birth and death
    were perfectly inscribed.

    I pondered these two dates
    and how little they both mean
    when compared to the tiny dash
    that lies there in between.

    The dash serves as an emblem
    of our time here on the earth,
    and although small, it stands for all
    our years of life, and worth.

    And our worth will be determined
    by how we live each day.
    We can fill our dash with goodness,
    or waste our life away.

    To ourselves, as well as others,
    let’s be honest, kind and true,
    and every day, live the way
    we know God wants us to.

    May we look for opportunities
    to do a worthy deed,
    and reach out with compassion
    to those who are in need.

    For If our hearts are full of love
    throughout our journey here,
    we’ll be loved by all who knew us
    and our memory they’ll hold dear.

    And when we die, these memories
    will bring grateful, loving tears,
    to all whose lives were touched
    by the dash between our years.
    by Ron Tranmer