Monday, June 15, 2015

No Internet In Heaven--By Erich J. Goller--United States

No Internet In Heaven

Young Eric coming home from school
all excited he is telling his mom,
“ today I’ve learned how to log on
and now I can email my dad in heaven.
please mom give me his address.

“ Well son, I’m sorry but that can’t be done,
there is no internet in heaven”.

“ Just how do you know that mom?”
asked her disappointed son.

“Our Pastor told me so, he said
just say it all in your prayer
and your Guardian Angel
will take your massage there.”

“You see son,
heaven is the place for peace,
love and rest and thank God
for banning the internet
in heaven.”

Erich J. Goller was born in Vienna, Austria. A close world war two survivor, in 1955, he immigrated to California, where he made his living as a mechanic and as an actor. He been married for 56 years, has one daughter and one son. He is a published author of seven books. He now resides in Nashville, Tennessee, still loves to write, also enjoys doing art work. His web site,


  1. Erich,
    I enjoyed the levity in this p piece. It's funny because it's so true!
    Your new friend,
    David Fox

  2. Your poem was awe-inspiring. I really enjoyed reading your tender words. It was peaceful and loving. Thank you for sharing this lovely piece with us, great work.

  3. Erich, this is such a lovely explanation for a mother to give her son, a lovely poem to read, very well composed, blessings always, Leokadia

  4. Thank you, Robert Dufresne, for the following--

    That's just gotta be true Erich ! How can peace and the internet possibly co-exist ? ! Good one. enjoyed.

    Bob D

  5. Hi Erich. Wonderful poem! Heaven will be an eternal haven of bliss without man's technology. We don't need it anymore, because the Great Architect resides there! Thanks for sharing, enjoyed your poem! Good wishes, Chris~

  6. Nice one, Erich. Touching and pure. Thanks for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (

  7. God in heaven is LOVE. The internet does not operate in heavenly joy and peace. God is ALL GOOD. The internet is sometimes good.

  8. I hope that is true. Enough of people glued to the computer screens, cell phone screens and unaware of those around them trying to capture their attention. Haha.
    I enjoyed your humor in this fine poem Erich! Aloha, Connie