Tag Archives: Death

Another Room

There’s no death of fearing
A truth that I now know
For all that was conquered
By our Lord, long ago

I’m still with you, caring
Though in another room
As you still knew my love
When formed within my womb

My prayer’s that you will follow
Drawn by our father’s love
Dwelling for eternal
As we do here above

I’ll be here awaiting
My arms open wide
In perfect love eternal
Forever we’ll reside

This Moment’s Connection

Would you remember me?
In glimpse of sparkling light
On a crest of wave
Flowing with delight

Or flash of memory
In joy of conversation
Moment that we shared
Our own celebration

Tears be one of joy
For in it we do share
This moment’s connection
Beyond all time or years

In binding of our souls
Love engrained so deep
Even past this life
Forever we will keep

One day reunited
As this day here we be
In loves perfect light
Shared eternally

Death Is Nothing

(Based upon a poem by Henry Scott-Holland)

Death is nothing. Nothing at all
It does not count. There is no wall

I’ve only slipped. In the room next
Nothing’s happened. Be not perplexed

As is the same. As was it be
You are you. And I am me

The old life lived. Together in love
Remains untouched. Unchanged above

Whatever we were. To each other
That we are still. And not another

Why should I be. Out of your mind
Just because. The eye is blind

As I am. I wait for you
So very near. Round corners view

All is well. Nothing is hurt
Nothing is lost. This truth assert

In moment brief. And all will be
As was before. Our joy to see

How we shall laugh. Embrace so sweet
When very soon. Again we’ll meet!