Tuesday, September 17, 2013

In Heaven

This poem was written by Dr. Salim K. Haddad, a neurosurgeon residing in Wales

I loved you unceasingly
And I still do,
Wish to see you fleetingly
And then hug you.
The say, pray not for the dead,
But I do pray
God to keep you where you tread
In Heaven's day.
There you have love, joy, and peace
For evermore
Since you acquired your release
Through the dark door.
I ask you to forgive me
Any wrong done
By me, and this is my plea:
Forgive each one.
You are now blessed and joyful
In God's presence,
I, on this earth, am hurtful,
Weep in silence.

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