Where’s Heaven, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz
Staring upward at the still midnight sky,
Diamond dust everywhere is to be seen.
Amazement comes over me as to why,
Needing help to know what does all this mean?
Twinkling stars millions of light years away,
But where does all this cosmic matter end?
Such a thought leaves my mind in disarray,
I know not any logic to defend.
“Where’s heaven?” if I may politely ask,
The place for my soul to forever be.
To understand a Herculean task!
Having knowledge of it would set me free.
My heavenly Father, I feel exists,
All from the feeling while I talk to Him,
Though there is no response my faith persists,
Singing with joy His wonders in a hymn.