To My Son Kelvin
I only have a picture now
A frozen piece of time, To remind me of how it was,
When you were here, and mine.
I see your smiling eyes, Each morning when I wake,
I talk to you, and place a kiss, Upon your lovely face.
How much I miss you being here, I really cannot say,
The ache is deep inside my heart, And never goes away.
I hear it mentioned often, That time will heal the pain,
But if I’m being honest, I hope it will remain.
I need to feel you constantly, To get me through the day,
I loved you so very much, Why did you go away?
The angels came and took you, That really wasn’t fair,
They took my son Kelvin, My future life. My heir.
If only they had asked me, If I would take your place,
I would have done so willingly, Leaving you this world to grace.
You should have had so many years, To watch your life unfold,
And in the mist of this, Watch me, your Mum grow old!
I hope you’re watching from above, At the daily tasks I do,
And let there be no doubt at all, I really do love you.
Love you Kelvin “Pap” Bell. Your Mother Earlene
Kelvin “Pap” Bell
God of love, send you a comfort,
God of mercy touch these hearts.
God of hope, give assurance to this family of your everlasting peace
Kelvin was an easy going, mild-mannered soul who loved to use his gifts of drawing pictures, making you laugh with his jokes and pranks. He was an avid lover of Miami Dolphins. He had an appreciation for God’s word and going to church.
Kelvin Bell was born as a twin on December 22, 1975 at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami Florida. Kelvin was born to Earlene Harrington and Theodore Phillips. On August 1, 2015 God called his son Kelvin Bell home.
Kelvin leaves to cherish his memories: A loving and devoted mother, Earlene Harrington, Pompano Beach, Florida; Father, Theodore Phillips, Atlanta, Georgia; Michon Harrington, Pompano Beach, Florida; Sylvester Bell (Letitia), Ocala, Florida; Dwendlyn Perry, of Coral Springs, Florida; (Twin) Karolyn Bell (Kerry); Demetrius Gammage of Bradenton, Florida; Uncles, Bobby Harrington (Sandra), of Pompano Beach, Florida; Christopher Bryant, Ocala, Florida; (Dianne), Jerome Harrington, of Pompano Beach, Florida; Aunts, Nola Nunn (Quinton) of Huntsville, Alabama; Norma Jean Riley of Ocala, Florida; Evon Bryant of Ocala, Florida, and a host of loving Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, and Sorrowing Friends.