Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us,--Hebrews 12:1

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Oh, How You Loved the Snow

How excited you would be
To watch the falling snow.
If you were here to see,
Your face would be aglow.

Of the season the first flakes,
Are lightly floating down.
To you my thoughts they take
As I watch them touch the ground.

The smile I remember well,
That would spread across your face,
Whenever snowflakes fell
A frown never stayed in place.

It will not be the same this year.
Your smile we will not see.
Your laughter we won’t hear.
Among us you won’t be.

But remember you we will,
As fall the flakes each one.
Each time the world is stilled
And the white blots out the sun.

Though a snowman build we can’t,
You and I, together, never again,
And throw snowballs we shan’t,
Memories I have, that we did and when.

Each falling flake reminds me so
Of all the fun we had,
Together in the snow,
You and me, your Dad.

Though together we won’t be
This season of the snow,
Someday in Heaven you we’ll see.
From the Bible this I know.

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