Our hearts can heal

Our hearts can heal
By Appreciable Goodfaithpoet

Among the headstones on the grounds
Where children sometimes play
There is a spot without the sounds
That little children say

This is where a child’s at rest
Beneath the sod and flower
These tombstones are with tears caressed
Til’ Resurrections hour

While we await the Lord’s return
To rectify our grief
We know we’ll see his glory burn
Rewarding our belief

Until that glorious day is here
The sorrow is quite real
Our Lord will also shed a tear
Through him our hearts can heal.

(Topics: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Mormons, and the LDS Church.)

1 comment:

Fleeting_Thoughts said...

I've always found it interesting that Mormon funerals seem to be a little bit of sadness, but a lot more celebration of life and a sharing of the gospel of Jesus. Jesus lives again!