Our Family Chain is Broken Poems By Ron Tranmer

Here you will read Ron Tranmer Family Broken Chain Poems. It is believed that when a member of a family dies, he or she goes to heaven. In the same way, all the members of the family are reunited and the broken chain is reconnected. Now we hope to see our loved ones again.

The Broken Chain Poem

We little knew that day,
God was going to call your name.
In life we loved you dearly,
In death, we do the same.

It broke our hearts to lose you.
You did not go alone.
For part of us went with you,
The day God called you home.

You left us beautiful memories,
Your love is still our guide.
And although we cannot see you,
You are always at our side.

Our family chain is broken,
And nothing seems the same,
But as God calls us one by one,
The chain will link again.

– Ron Tranmer

Broken chain poem
Broken chain poem


A Beautiful Day In Heaven

Death is but a passing
from darkness into light.
I awakened from my sleep
and beheld a glorious sight.

It’s a beautiful day in Heaven.
Love is everywhere.
Peace and comfort surround me.
No place on earth can compare.

I could never begin to describe,
the wondrous I see.
If you could glimpse at heaven,
you’d shed no tears for me.

Keep my memory in your heart.
Time will pass and then,
one beautiful day in heaven,
we’ll be together again.

– Ron Tranmer

A beautiful day in heaven


The Greatest Parents On Earth

I will never take for granted
how greatly I’ve been blessed;
For when it comes to parents,
Mom and Dad, you are the best!

You nurtured and protected me
and taught me with great care.
And every time I’ve needed you,
you were always there.

If you could look into my heart,
how quickly you would see
the special place you hold there
and how much you mean to me.

May you receive the blessings
you are so deserving of
for your caring and your sharing,
and each sacrifice of love.

And may you carry in your hearts
these words forever true…
No parents anywhere on earth
could be more loved than you.

– Ron Tranmer

Our family chain is broken poem
Our family chain is broken poem


Thou Art God

Though it’s hard to comprehend
why our child had to die,
we’ll not dwell upon the question
nor will we ask God why.

Although our hearts are breaking
from the sorrow we now feel,
dear Father up in heaven
we trust thy wisdom and will.

Thou art God, the greatest of all,
from whom all blessings flow.
Much in life we don’t understand
but we know all we need to know.

We know our child is in Thy care,
and though we don’t know when,
in Thy time, Dear Lord we know
we will see our child again.

– Ron Tranmer

Thou Art God


Father’s Day In Heaven

I love you and I miss you, Dad,
and though you’ve passed away,
you’ll never be forgotten,
for I think of you each day.

If heaven celebrates this day
how special it will be.
A gathering of the many dads
upon our family tree.

Your father and grandfather
and great grandfather too.
How wonderful it is, if they
can spend this day with you.

May you know how much I love you,
though I’m here and you are there.
Happy Father’s Day in heaven
to the best dad anywhere!

– Ron Tranmer


Heaven’s Light

The sun shines down upon us
and gives us warmth and light.
Then when the day has ended,
it disappears from sight.

Though we’re left in darkness,
we know the sun has not died,
for it is shining brightly
on the world’s other side.

So it is when one we love
comes to their end of days.
They just go to the other side
to shine their loving rays.

That’s why heaven is a place
that glows beyond compare.
The lights of those who’ve left us
are all brightly shining there.

– Ron Tranmer



What we call miscarriage,
Is hard to understand,
but God calls special babies
back with Him in Heaven’s land.

He doesn’t need to test them.
These angels are too pure.
The trials of this earth
are not theirs to endure.

But as all of God’s children,
they need a family too,
An angel dwelt inside your womb
because this child chose you.

A loving son or daughter
will be in your arms one day.
One whose love surrounds you
Heaven’s not that far away.

Trust in God, our Father
and always remember this,
everything has purpose.
and with Him there is no “mis.”

– Ron Tranmer


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