May this tribute and memorial prayer in honor of Steve Irwin, Crocodile Hunter extroadinaire, give comfort and also inspiration to continue his work.
"Dear Steve, you came into our lives
In unexpected ways
Made us aware of wild animals' plight
That knowledge will stay with us all days.
Your love for wild nature opened our thoughts
To see that in our earthly home
Man and animals together live
Never far apart we roam.
We depend on each other
Each playing a role
Respecting the animals
Allows them to grow.
Into their potential
In a healthy earth home
So all live and thrive
Man lives not alone.
We honor your bright life
The time you were here
Through your inspiration sparks
Ringing out loud and clear
We'll continue with wild animals
The work you held dear."
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