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Ronee' 's (Not So) Scary Dream
by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado

Wednesday, October 16, 2002

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I dreamt a horrible dream one day,
And parts of it still make me cry today.

I dreamt that I had quit breathing and died,
And because I had died, my family cried.

I had an asthma attack; I was gasping for air,
And my family was filled with fear and despair.

They tried to save me, but to no avail--
I had died, and their attempts had failed.

But then I woke up, looking at Jesus' Sweet Face,
And I knew I had gone to Heaven, a special Place.

I was in His Arms, and He was looking down at me,
And I knew my pain-filled days were now history.

I jumped down from His Arms, and Lo and Behold--
I knew my new body had finally taken hold!!

I had just been healed, and I was a New Child--
And when I ran, BOY, did my joy ever run WILD!!

For I no longer needed my crutches or leg braces,
And..I'd no longer have to lose at those darn races!!

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Reviewed by Victor Jensen 10/18/2002
That dream was one hundred percent in line with Bible teachings and that dream will come true. Yes our family members will grieve, a natural process, when one is loved, but our life in his holy presencs is much better than anything we'll ever know in this world. - Vic
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 10/16/2002
10-16-02

You Don't Dream, Your Brain Will Explode...

TRASK
Reviewed by Jenni Kalicharan 10/16/2002
So beautiful and such an inspiration...
Hugs,
Jenni
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 10/16/2002
a very inspiring write.
Reviewed by jude forese 10/16/2002
dreams can be a trip!
Reviewed by christine phillips 10/16/2002
Very Moving. You start with something so sad and desperate and transition it to a beautiful and hopeful moment. My best regards,
Ciao~ Christine Calvo
Reviewed by Connie Hinnen Cook 10/16/2002
To wake up & look at His sweet face will indeed be Heaven! Great write!
Reviewed by Mark Mahoney 10/16/2002
Very well done, Mark xx
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 10/16/2002
so sad...but ended up so beautifully. thanks for sharing...(((HUGS))) and love, karla. WELL DONE--10++!! :)
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