When Eternity Calls - Poem by Joseph Anderson
The time shall come for you, for all
When we shall take our final rest,
And we should face that final call,
If we lived our lives, as blest.
Did we search for truth each day?
Could we laugh and shed a tear?
Were there friends along the way?
Did we have and conquer fear?
Did we wrestle earthly greeds
And cross each bridge whereas it stood?
Did we fill some others needs
And smell sweet flowers in the woods?
Was there someone we could love,
Who returned it every day?
Did the wondrous power above,
Lend us courage, on the way?
When our turn has come to go
And life's joys and woes then cease;
We should then most surely know,
We will have eternal peace.
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