Enduring a Christmas without one of our loved ones is a sad feeling. Allow these Christmas in Heaven poems to help yourself or others in your life work through the grief of living through a Christmas without them.
The first Christmas is so difficult it is important to recall good memories and to talk about your loved one. While they may not be with you here on earth they are forever with you in your heart.
Christmases without your loved ones is a hard thing to endure, but knowing they are in a better place has to make it a little
less painful. This poem talks about spending Christmas without someone special but how the memories from the past holidays can help mend a grieving
Past Christmas Moments
Poet: Julie Hebert
Christmas won’t be the same this year,
Without you by my side.
You will be celebrating in Heaven this year,
My tears will need to be dried
I wish we could be together for Christmas,
Life has its way of turning upside down.
Knowing you're up there in heaven,
Is what turns around my frown.
I know you are somewhere wonderful,
Looked after by the King of kings
I have memories of previous Christmases,
I will often think of these things.
I hope you have a great Christmas,
No sadness will come to you.
This makes my heart feel a little better,
It may just help me get through.
I pray for comfort and love,
May my sadness this Christmas be immune.
I will treasure our past Christmas moments,
And I hope to see you again soon.
This Christmas I wish you be happy,
I know you are missing a friend.
It's hard to miss someone at Christmas,
Christmas wishes I wish to extend.
No one thinks about holidays being the last holiday, but the truth of it is that your last holiday with your loved ones
can come at any time. This is why making the most out of every time spent is so important. This poem talks about how thinking about where your
loved one is and what they are doing in Heaven may be helpful in feeling a little less sad this holiday season
Up There In Heaven
Poet: Julie Hebert
Missing someone at Christmas,
Brings sorrow and loss to this place.
But knowing he’s up there in heaven,
Helps to brighten and lighten up this space
I see him walking with angels,
Talking and chatting them up.
Doing the things he loved most in this world,
Playing with his favourite pup.
Sure he’ll miss us this Christmas,
Our loss happens full-time.
But I know he’s watching us from heaven,
Wanting us to make the most out of this time.
So we’ll spend this Christmas together,
We’ll keep his memory alive.
He may not be here this Christmas,
But some day our family will be revived.