norman hale

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Look Up Towards Heaven Poem by norman hale


Look Up towards Heaven
When it's at night
Those stars, aren't really stars
They're holes in Heavens floor shining bright

And as you see them flicker
It will make you wander more
The Angels are walking over them
Blocking out Heavens light, so pure

Those holes in Heavens floor
Where loved ones watch from above
The moon and sun are Gods eyes
As He watches with His eternal love

Should you see a falling star
It's a soul falling from Grace
Either to bring us a message
Or fill up an empty space

So keep your eyes towards Heaven
You never know what He might send
It might be an Angel to help you
Or a soul to be your best friend

Look up towards Heaven
Watch the flicker of the stars, it's true
You'll know it's Angels moving over them
Sending in morse code Gods love to you

written 1/26/2014 by Norman Hale Jr.

Submitted: Monday, January 27, 2014

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