This collection of poems covers a 45 year span on a variety of subjects, including love, marriage, religion, biography, family relationships, ethnic relations, social science, humor juvenile crime, pasturing, politics, and parenting. Most Christians live with the hope of going to Heaven at death and many of them envision heaven as their final home. Thus, funerals are called "home-going services." They see themselves heading upward in a golden chariot or a fast moving train. . The Morning Train is symbolic of an early departure from a world of pain and sorrow. They look forward to a city where the streets are paved with gold. Many of the poems cover my personal reflections and eyewitness accounts of events observed during 52 years of marriage, 22 years in the military 50 years in the ministry and 74 years of life.