Love Transcends Death

Poem By Naoimh Spence

I said to my love
'Do you ever get to rest? '
'No' said he.
'I spend my life at your side.
So it is now, so shall it be
Even when I am dead.'
I replied 'And if you die before I,
You shall never get to Heaven.'
'Ah, my love.' said he
'When I am with you,
I am in Heaven.'

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