Richard D. Remler

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Richard D. Remler Poems

1. If We Could Look Beyond Today... 4/13/2011
2. Praise 4/13/2011
3. The Final Days 4/13/2011
4. Called Home 4/20/2011
5. A Gentle Praise 4/20/2011
6. Where Will You Be? (Original) 5/4/2011
7. The Christmas Tree 5/6/2011
8. I Will Not Hold Back A Thing! 4/27/2011
9. Toad Stool 8/6/2012
10. Faith 8/19/2012
11. My Lord 8/21/2012
12. Douglas Milford Died Today 6/15/2014
13. When The Moon Is Our Friend 6/21/2014
14. Summer 6/28/2014
15. Smooshy Gooshy Love 8/12/2014
16. Your Turn 8/13/2014
17. Goodbye 8/13/2014
18. Lullaby 8/30/2014
19. Words Unwilling 9/27/2014
20. Garden Of Lies 9/30/2014
21. A Song Of Praise 11/14/2012
22. I Believe In Angels 5/28/2013
23. Innocent 10/18/2014
24. Alice 11/2/2014
25. Goodywhomper 4/30/2015
26. Lighthouse 5/5/2015
27. Twisted 5/12/2015
28. Blood Moon 5/12/2015
29. Winter's Gray 1/7/2015
30. Mostly Ghostly 1/10/2015
31. Monster 11/28/2014
32. The Fires Of Capernaum 4/20/2011
33. Where Will You Be? (2nd Version) 10/7/2014
34. Ms. Cora And Me 8/12/2014
35. In Your Name 4/21/2011
36. 'I'M There...' 4/8/2011
37. Ghost 5/12/2015
38. Another Man's Life -new- 5/24/2015
39. Oggie's Park -new- 5/24/2015
40. Lake City 5/12/2015
Best Poem of Richard D. Remler

I Dreamed I Went To Heaven

I had a dream I went to Heaven,
But something wasn't right.
It seemed to lack those streets of gold,
With mansions large and bright.

Instead of songs, the angels cried,
And gnashed their teeth at me -
The streets we walked were ashen,
There was no crystal sea.

I stumbled somewhere distant,
And then I saw your face.
No smile of contentment
In the entire place.

No peace, no joy, no happiness
Within these shades so gray.
No backyard family gatherings,
No children out at play.

Your merriment seemed wane and taxed,
Your walk ...

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Praise

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The praise of angels fill the skies,
And the songs of little children rise.
As the bluebird sings with hymns of praise
That sets the rising sun ablaze.

Upon the ground the pebbles sing
In one accord, to exalt and bring
A praise of adoration high,

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