Spiritual Poem about Death

Questions On Life And Death

This poem is concerning questions about life and our existence after we die. I think most people at some point in life will ponder these questions, and we have deep feelings about what we do or don't believe happens after life's end, but to me it seems that each and every one of us have some feeling deep inside of us that we are so much more special or important, and we question how could all the life and love we share come to an abrupt end then, just nothing! I believe in "Eternal Tomorrows!"

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Eternal Tomorrows

© more by Patricia L. Cisco

Published by Family Friend Poems July 2019 with permission of the Author.

Life is full of joy and sorrow,
past, present, and tomorrow.

Knowing life as I do now,
I still have questions of why and how.

I can't remember my very first cry;
will I have any memories after I die?

I'd like to believe we're all here for good reason,
and life upon earth is but for a season,

with hopes we long continue on
in a much better place after we've gone,

pondering how very sad it would be
if after I die there was nothing of me.

Even so much sadder than this
are those loved ones I love and a very last kiss!

I can't imagine how love ever dies
the last time that we close our eyes.

There's something deep inside my being
that promises much more than just our seeing!

To me there's only one conclusion.
Heaven is real; it's not a delusion.

Love must be the everlasting key
that transcends our souls to eternity.

Since our time on earth has been season to season,
why wouldn't God continue His reason?

This heavenly place must truly exist,
filled with souls we've deeply missed,

No more pain, tears, or sorrows.
Only loved-filled, joyful eternal tomorrows!



I am a mother of two grown sons, we are an extremely close family & extended family, like all families we have had many wonderful & blessed times through life and we have experienced heart ache as well, I raised my sons, to never make judgement upon another persons journey in this life and to be the best them that they can be , that is all we...

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