Cheryl Adair

Rookie (July 28,1958 / Hinesville, Georgia)

Heaven - Poem by Cheryl Adair

may the light of Heaven shine down on thee
and the Angels on high sing your name
whatever this life takes from thee
may it not be lost in vain

your soul is on a Mission here
a Quest that requires much sacrifice
but rest assured that at the end of things
you will have all the treasures this world denied

Heaven is waiting to welcome thee
when at last your search has ended
Heaven is where your soul can run free
and the painful wounds are mended


be hardy in thy spirit, child
be strong in thy Faith
be diligent in thy search, child
no matter what it takes

be sure of thyself, child
be wary of the dark
look beyond the Storm, child
touch the Rainbows Arc.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 24, 2004

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 22, 2010

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