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Light From A Better Land Post by :vkannan Category :Poems Author :John S. Adams Date :October 2011 Read :2545

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Light From A Better Land

HERE at thy grave I stand,
But not in tears;
Light from a better land
Banishes fears.
Thou art beside me now,
Whispering peace;
Telling how happy thou
Found thy release!
Thou art not buried here;
Why should I mourn?
All that I cherished dear
Heavenward hath gone!
Oft from that world above
Come ye to this;
Breathing in strains of love
Unto me bliss!





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John S. Adams's poem: Light From A Better Land

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