Poems About: HEAVEN
Poems on / about :
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229.A Breath of Heaven
Every now and then,
when the world sits just right ~ read more »Hazelmarie Elliott
If thou art fair, deal, lady, fair,
And let the scales be even;
Forbid the poising beam to rear,
And pull thee down from heaven. read more »George Moses Horton
231.Heaven's Little Angels
Through the innocence of children at play. . .
Smile down heaven's little angels to show them the way.
Watching and caring for them from above,
Always keeping them in God's love. Every little whisper, every little tip tap toe, read more »Carolyn Daste Hurtado
232.'Knocking On Heaven's Door'
I went knocking on Heaven's door today
but no one came to the door to see.
Who was making all that knocking noise
for it was just, little old me! read more »Linda Winchell
I imagine Heaven
as a wonderful, happy place.
Where joy and contentment,
brings a smile to every face. read more »Ron Tranmer
234.One Night With You
One night with you, is what I’m praying for
One night in heaven, to last forever more read more »Colin Coplin
235.Highway To Heaven
A beginning without an end
Is a meaning to something infinite
I have ran out of solutions
And came to this conclusion read more »Landsley Alexandre
236.Heaven Lost An Angel
He stepped away from heaven's gate,
Away from the loving arms of our lord and saviour,
He fell down into the pits of hate,
As he fell down from heaven he lost his way, read more »melissa gegato
237.Faded Words Among the Footprints
Mystic beneath the moonlight beckons
Forever humbled at my feet
The shooting star that rises in the heavens
To only fall upon the light of flint and bone read more »Darryn John Murphy
238.The Telescope Of Heaven
Seeking for a man who will
Turn to God and pray
Will you be that one
Who will turn his heart aright read more »Gary James Smith
I look down and see my grandchildren before me. I look down and do not see children.
I look down and see the jewels of heaven before my eyes,
Not stones dug from the deep earth but jewels sent from the lord our God in heaven.
No finer jewels on earth may man find then these that lay before me. read more »Timothy Honeycutt
240.Hearts First Word. II
And all her soft dark hair
Breathed for him like a prayer,
And her white lost face
Was prisoned to sonie far place. read more »Isaac Rosenberg