Susanna Burton Goehler Campbell

(Lecanto, Florida, USA)


Poem by Susanna Burton Goehler Campbell

No words can take away our sorrow or our pain
Or bring our loved ones back to us again
Our hearts now sad and sore from mortal pain
God's infinite wisdom supremely he shall reign
To know their eyes are tearless while our eyes weep
We think of their eternity of sleep
One thought shall still it's primal sweetness keep
They are just a mortal breath away
We cannot see what lies beyond the veil
Or understand the sorrows that prevail
The promises of God shall forever stand
Have faith in God it is the Lord's command
Life slips past so quickly from the moment we are born
Memories and treasures loved ones shared are so swiftly gone
Life is a magnificent radiant splendor our mortal eyes behold
Graciously given to us by God's eternal love

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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