Jason Michael Birdsong
”1983 - 2010”
......Day by day I think of you,
How can all of this be true?
I can't believe you're really gone,
I still can't accept it,
Even after this long.
Just the thought of you makes me cry,
I never even got the chance to say goodbye.
Every picture, every letter,
I don't know if it will ever get better.
I always smell your familiar scent,
It makes me think of all of the times we've spent.
I know we didn't always get along,
And every time we talked, it would always go wrong.
So many things I never got to say,
I never imagined you'd ever be so far away.
You were my brother,
And I loved you like no other.
In my heart you'll always be,
You’ll be my guide and help me see.
I'll never forget your soothing voice,
I would take your place if I had a choice.
But now I have to let you rest,
Although without you my world's a mess.
I miss you with all of my heart,
I wish we never had to part.
I know you're always by my side,
So now I guess this is my goodbye...
I love you Jay...I don't know how I'm gonna make it through this life without you...The last goodbye is always the hardest...?
I can hear you laughing in heaven, I can see you dancing through the clouds! R.I.P. Jay...And don't forget me...I promise that I'll never forget you! Not a day goes by that I don't think about you! I miss you so much...I can't believe that it's been 2 months already... :(
R.I.P. Jason Michael Birdsong
Jason Michael Birdsong,
26, of Kansas City, KS, died Sunday, October 3, 2010, at the University of Kansas Hospital. Jason was born October 10, 1983, in Kansas City, KS and was a lifetime resident.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents Floyd and Jacqueline Birdsong, Frank Morrison and nephew Kenneth Purvis. He is survived by his parents, Thomas and Dixie Birdsong, brother Tom Birdsong, 2 sisters Sherry Birdsong-Sport and her husband Danny, Angela Birdsong, maternal grandmother Delores Morrison, nieces and nephews; Kristen, Kelsey, Seneca, Sage, Joseph, Summer, Taylor, Kyleigh and Madison.
Funeral Services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, October 9, at Trinity United Methodist Church, 5010 Parallel Kansas City, KS 66104.
Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements: Porter Funeral Home & Crematory, 1835 Minnesota Ave., Kansas City, KS
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