14 Today we may see but some picture of a loved one gone, touch some trinket made sacred by his contact, hear some sacred strains he always loved, cherish a heart full of memories from the yesteryears. With all of these there is a mingling of joy and sorrow, of peace and pain. But on some tomorrow there shall be life and joy and love forever. I Know Although I grieve now you are gone, Black night precedes the fairest dawn. The flowers bloom, then fall asleep, And buried lie in earth beds deep, Then rise anew when comes the spring To prove a resurrectioning. Someday the angels’ reveille Will call you back again to me. Then we shall share eternal spring, And view its glorious blossoming, And all the stars shall shine anew When love supreme comes smiling through. —Helen M. Johnston
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