John Tatum


The Flow


The flow of time is an onward go,
It ends at the nearest shore.
I could say it never ends for me,
but I don't want to ignore
the fact that it may not end for others as well.
Others may believe in Heaven and Hell.
Others may be saved to live eternally,
There are many others like me you see.
So, I live in the now, and look forward to tomorrow,
and all those lovely days with no night in my insight
the insight I see in a vision of eternity.

Submitted: Friday, February 14, 2014
Edited: Friday, February 14, 2014
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I just wanted to share my belief in eternity...as a result of what
Jesus did when He died for my sins and many others on the cross of
Calvary.

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