What If Heaven


We don’t know if heaven allows us to feel. I would think it does; however, if it didn’t, what would your love for another feel like without touch? What would be said about you if angels couldn’t speak? How would you let someone know you love them if they couldn’t hear your words? What if in heaven, everyone was deaf? If none could hear, how would the praise of the LORD emanate through crowds? Could heavenly beings hear without sound? Could they feel the masses move with the presence of the Holy Spirit?

Yours my LORD is the kind of love that feels without touching, knows without words, that sings without sound.


  • Author: Leya Virago (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 17th, 2018 23:55
  • Comment from author about the poem: Hello all! It's been a long time since I have posted anything. Much has happened. I am glad to be back. Please comment your thoughts, opinions, and critique. My aim is to become a better creative writer. Could use all the feedback I can get! Hope you enjoy this short piece. Thanks in advance for reading!
  • Category: Spiritual
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  • orchidee

    I see what you mean at the end. Yet I'm sure there is feeling, singing, knowing in heaven, enhanced to the heights of perfection!

    • MaddieJ

      I wanted to raise the question is all. I do believe that God will have the best waiting for us there. It just struck me that, if all that was non-existent, God's glory and his love would still reign and we would still worship.

    • SLR

      I understand the 'profound knowing' you're talking about existing in heaven, although I do tend to agree with orchidee. If God allowed humans to go to heaven, I really can't see him taking away the basic ways that humans have lived (and know)to enjoy and process the world and others around them. It would be very disconcerting.

      • MaddieJ

        I like your point of view; I am not trying to debunk to contents of Heaven. I just wanted to really drive the fact that even if we didn't have those senses, we would still be able to worship God, feel his presence, and know who HE is without them. A real life example, would be someone who has lost their eyesight, or hearing, or both. We are not meant to know God by our senses, rather by the love we feel from HIM and the love we share with others. Many people believe that a God who is unseen, unheard or untouched is a non-existent one. I wanted to write a poem that suggests God is beyond our senses.

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