Looking Down From Heaven

by Debra C

I Am Looking Down From Heaven
I See Your TEARS
Please Don't Cry Over Me
For I know Your CARES

The Pain that I Had, Is Now All Gone,
And My Eyes are Now Better,
Again I can SEE!

Just Talk to Me when You Need To
Though it seems to You, that I DIED.
I Will Guide and Help Protect You
I'll Still be There,
Right By Your SIDE

You See?
For US.
So That We Can LIVE!


The Help that an ANGEL Does
To All My Family and Friends
I can FLY Like an EAGLE
Around The World
Which There Is No END.

So whenever you see One,
Think of Me.
Just to Remind You,
That I Am Happy and Free!
Looking Down From Heaven

In Honor of My Son who Loved Eagles, and died from HUS (Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome) at 33 yrs old. It attacked his blood, kidneys, eyes, lungs, bowels, heart and brain.

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Apr 24, 2012
wow i also lost a child to the very same thing
by: nona

wow beautiful poem i lost my first born at 14 months to the same thing its been 23 yrs now but i still miss him like crazy

Jul 26, 2010
Re; Looking down from heaven
by: Mari

I am very sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you. Your loved one is safe with the Lord and indeed will soar like the eagle.
Isaiah 40:31 reads, "But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary and they shall walk and not faint."
Please keep this scripture in your mind and heart. God will help you with healing and give you strength.

I lost the love of my life on Nov 22 2009 just 2 days after my 65th birthday, so I know what grief and sorrow are. Everything reminds me of him. It is even lonely in my car as he was always the passenger saying, "Sweetheart you drive because if anything happen to your car when I am driving I will never hear the end of it." And his favorite was, "I am the boss and don't you forget it." I can laugh at some of the things he said. But it brings tears that the passenger side is empty.

He was rather temperamental but would get upset and then say, "I do love you, you know." The last night I asked him if he had faith in God and he said, "Oh yes." He said, "I love you so much." Then he went to sleep and when I got my coffee and came back he had slipped away so peacefully I like to think he prayed first.

God is always in charge and has a plan. A life without sickness and sorrow are a part of God's plan. Take care.

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