Home is where the Heart is

Credit to Daniel Urban Parker

Poem – Home is where the Heart is by Natasha

We can build a safe home,

We can build a loving church,

We can build a golden skyscraper,

We can build a rainbow bridge.

Yet it is the very people,

Each and every one,

That adds value,

brings it to life,

The laughter,

The choir of angels,

The ringing bell lines.

A connection from one land to another.

A connection from one person to another,

A sacred connection,

A spirit of renewal,

A spirit of love,

A spirit of hope,

A spirit of faith,

A spirit of peace.

This Easter they will be empty,

As the home becomes the refuge,

The shelter,

Of choirs of music,

Of books of prayer,

Of poems and reflections,

Of dances of laughter,

Of oneness,

A joining of hands,

United Peacefully at home.

Home is where the Heart is

Credit to Daniel Urban Parker

Published by Luisa Natasha Parker

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