Lawrence Kelley III


My Heavenly Dream


How could I
So Much without love
Come to speak secret things
From Heaven above?

Born of my need
Only love I desired
I flew angel speed
To Heaven up higher

I saw things so dear
My eyes were made new
A splendor so clear
Like the first morning dew

What there I did hear
Made my heart all anew
It was given to me
So to share it with you

The Love in that place
Is beyond all desire
They call it God's Grace
In heaven up higher

It was given to me
But not mine to keep
It's yours too you see
So to stars we can leap!

This Glorious Love
I knew in my sleep
From High up above
In my heart now so deep

Just dream of Love Pure
All the Love you desire
It's yours to be sure
From Heaven up higher

This Love in my dream
So unknown just before
To stars must I stream
To sense it once more?

This Love I know true
In my heart tho' broken
Is all here for you
In these tender words spoken:

'I Love you! We Love you! '
Three words o' so dear
From His heaven up Higher
To your hearts down here

Submitted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 26, 2012

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I was taken to Heaven on November 5,2008 and this poem is the first thing I wrote after coming back to this world. Heaven is a place of absolute love for those who desire love most of all. If your desire is to love as Jesus Christ loves and you accept Him as your personal Saviour, you shall spend Eternity in a place of the most perfect love you could ever even dream of.

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