Chris G. Vaillancourt

Silver Star - 3,046 Points (April 5,1959-june 2016 / Canada)

Knick-Knacks For Heaven - Poem by Chris G. Vaillancourt

I'm buying knick-knacks
to bring to Heaven.
Odds and ends to
comfort me
when I cross over.
Little things to
remind me
of living
on this planet.

I'm packing mementos
to bring to Heaven.
Small things
that will remind me
of everyone
I knew on earth.
Articles of
collectibles
that I can hold
or look at
when
I miss them.

Feet are walking,
albeit slower,
to the door that
leads to release.
The bright light
I've heard about
will be shining
for me.

Maybe I'll be
like a toss of smoke?
Able to watch
the final performance.
Check out
who bought tickets
and
who
declined to attend.
Flicker around
the homes and places
where my loved ones
live their days.

Will I be able
to touch them?
This I do not know.
If so,
I'll stroke
cheeks with fondness,
informing them
of how I valued
them in my
physical form.

I wonder if
I will find
knick-knacks of me
in their
hearts?

Topic(s) of this poem: cancer, sad


Comments about Knick-Knacks For Heaven by Chris G. Vaillancourt

  • Paul Sebastian (11/21/2015 10:49:00 PM)


    Memories you leave behind in the hearts of loved ones and knick-knacks from your earthly home to take with you...are beautiful thoughts expressing your loss of the world you have come to know. But heaven is a paradise we are told. (Jesus told the man next to Him on the cross, Today you will be with me in paradise.) Great expression of your here and now feelings. Thank you, Chris. Perfect 10. (Report) Reply

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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (11/21/2015 4:47:00 PM)


    I'm buying knick-knacks
    to bring to Heaven...So beautifully expressed poem definitely. Walking slower still towards bright light is very nice to realize the wonder and fondness of universe is great. Very nice sharing done really.10
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2015



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