Katrina Lusk

Freshman - 687 Points (6/21/1996 / Ft. Wayne IN.)

A Talk With God - Poem by Katrina Lusk

I talked to God last night.
I asked him to give you,
the most beautiful pair of wings.
Maybe even a halo
that through night and day,
will glow.

After 26 years of being alone,
you are finally going home.
So make sure
you've taken your dancin' shoes,
and a little step with you too!

Cause' Grandpa will be waiting
at the gates of Heaven for you,
with a very lovely tune.
Ready to hold you in his arms again,
so that a love for all eternity may begin.

Tell Grandma Sue I love her,
so does Daddy too!
Tell her to continue,
watching over us.

That Daddy is
starting too look rough.
He misses her
and wishes she were here,
to watch her Grandbabies grow.

I know he thinks
about his Mother often.
He just isn't quite ready,
to admit so.

I hear phone calls aren't permitted,
and Postage isn't an option.
In that place above the sky
where streets are paved of gold,
and Eagles fly high.

As I ended my talk with God...
I asked for one last favor,
the most important I say.
I asked for just one more day,
to be able to see them all.

God spoeke and said child,
you see them already.
Just look deep into your heart,
and your family will never be apart.

Comments about A Talk With God by Katrina Lusk

  • Aries Profanisaurus (5/31/2014 6:50:00 PM)

    Wow. A real tearjerker of a poem this is. I really love this one. Thanks for sharing it. Stay strong (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 22, 2012

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