Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

Rookie (July 14,1965 / New York)

Let Me Rest - Poem by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

Now that my work is done it is time for me to rest,
If I had a hard life here on earth let me go to return
home so I can rest.

Please do not weep for me I am at peace, it is you that needs to move on in this life on earth. It is you that I weep for; it is you that must face this world with all the pain and the sorrows that it will bring.

So please wipe you’re weeping eyes and let me rest for my work is done and I was sent home.

Let not sorrow harden your loving heart for this life is too short and before you know it, you will be able to rest.

Please carry on as if I am away on vacation and soon we will see each other again this was a promise that was made to us many many years ago, so please let me rest.

I know that you have question and there are no answer to be found; but believe it what is written and you too can find the holy ground.

He will never put more on you then you can bear, so remember to put your fears a side you have a God that really shows he cares.

He makes you strong when you feel weak and at your lowest point in life he will be the one to carry you.

When you feel like life is not worth living he will show you how to live and when all is said, done and you have completed the work that he has for you then you may return to our father’s house to rest.

So please my dear love my time is up and I must go so when will I see you again only God really knows.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 1, 2009

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