Nicole has a degree in psychology, and is a mom to four young sons. She loves all things art, and enjoys writing about her experiences.
A Little Background on This Poem
I wrote this poem when I was 11 years old, after my grandma Nelda passed away from lung cancer. I hope you enjoy it and it blesses you!
This is just one of many poems included in my new poetry book, which is now available for purchase on Amazon.com! Please see below. I am really excited about this new venture. Hope you enjoy!
It Won't Be Long
Sometimes it's because of old age
Sometimes it's just their time
But for every single death
There's a reason and a rhyme.
And it's okay to be upset
And it's alright to cry
Just as long as you know
Christians never truly die.
People who are believers
Are with the Lord above
There is no sorrow up there
Only joy and love.
So even though it's hard to part
Though only for a while
It won't be long before the reunion--
And you will see them smile.
Written in 1997 by Nicole Kiddie Granath
Nicole K (author) on May 30, 2018:
You're welcome, Dora. I'm really glad it was uplifting!
Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on November 06, 2017:
Thanks for the comfort and hope you share in this inspiring poem.
Nicole K (author) on November 04, 2017:
Thank you, Billy! I think writing it was cathartic for me as a pre-teen. It still encourages me as an adult, too. Thanks for your kind comment.
Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on November 04, 2017:
A very lovely poem with deep insights for one so young. Thank you for sharing!