Time of Passing

Time of Passing

A Poem by Searching 4 Serenity
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Opening too "The Promise"

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What can we say about this day?
It is a sad time. That we can surly say.
A loved one has passed; Taken their last breath
Enveloped in darkness by the blankets of death.
But in that darkness shines a bright light
A light which brings tranquil delight.
He may be gone, but not forever
For behold, one day we will all be together.
So let us rejoice, be merry, and tether
For there is no mourning that God cannot sever.
Sing, dance, laugh and play
This is how it should be; as God would say.
For those who are true in the eye of death
Shall never parish, but be at eternal rest.
When we meet his same fate, it will not be in dismay
For we have each other and forever to stay.
Not in this lifetime, but after facing deaths bay
So rejoice! Rejoice, I say.
It is a time of passing for heavens timeless days.


R.I.P.
Grandfather


© 2011 Searching 4 Serenity



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Very touching.
"A loved one has passed; Taken their last breath
Enveloped in darkness by the blankets of death."
I really liked those lines.
Great write!

Posted 6 Years Ago


Soft, beautiful peaceful read. a great tribute to your grandfather!

Posted 6 Years Ago


Beautifully written though I am far from rejoicing. I miss my people so much and am not sure at all if we'll ever meet again.

Posted 6 Years Ago



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Added on March 14, 2011
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Tags: The Promise, Time of Passing, Loved one, Lost, Lost loved one, Mourning, Mournful, Sadness, Hope, God
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