Hear Me My Love - Poem by David Wood
(You Tube - Jean Sibelius: Finlandia hymni version)
Hear me my love, as I lay slowly dying
With my last breath I whisper 'I love you'.
For eternity you’ll be my only love dear,
I go to God, He’ll comfort me with love.
As I lay here, I see an Angel waiting
To take me home my place among the stars.
Be strong my love in weeks and months to follow,
For I’ll be with you walking by your side.
Be patient now, I stand here waiting for you
You’re not alone I hold you in my love
Until you come and join me in God's heaven
And we can find our true eternity.
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