Reunion In Heaven - Poem by Randy McClave
Do not cry as I lay here dead
Do not sigh as my body lies in its bed,
There is no need for your bereft
I am no longer here, as my soul has left.
Now I reside on the other side of the clouds
Where there is no pain, or suffering, or shrouds,
I have went on to my promised and heavenly home
Never no-more, will I want to roam.
I will always remember each and every smile
And of course you will miss me, but only for a while,
Death is a guarantee for all men
One day I truly hope to meet and see you again.
I am now in the embrace of our Savior and Lord
The waters from everlasting life has been poured,
Your home as well is also being prepared
So, please do not be unfaithful, doubtful, or scared.
Look at me, but please do not shed a tear
Now in heaven with our Lord, I am now here,
My path to heaven has already been paved
Now for our reunion, I hope that you all are saved.
Randy L. McClave
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