All Who Live September 25, 2017 ShareAll
and want peace
and love and bliss,
should do just one thing.
The judgments that sting
and land amiss,
The form of this poem is called a trianglet. It rhymes AbcxddxcbA (where the x ...
The First and the Last September 22, 2017 ShareThis poem’s form is prescribed by the “First & Last Form.”
The First and the Last is for real
He takes all our sorrow to heal
Feeds thousands a miracle meal
Walks on the water in a storm
Is baptized with a ...
The Two Farmers September 22, 2017 ShareThis poem is a new sonnet about an old idea.
Two farmers walked out into their own fields;
They planted all of their thoughts in the ground;
Each one must partake of what his land yields,
For what each man sowed was what did ...
Which Side Are You On? September 18, 2017 ShareThis is a sonnet about a decision that we make every day. Our actions reveal which decision we have made.
“For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it; but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it. ...
Exiles in Babylon – Revised April 17, 2017 ShareThree exiled Jews refused to obey the King of Babylon and bow down to his golden image. This poem is an interpretation of part of the book of Daniel, in the Bible.
In the land of Judah, Jehoiakim reigned.
But, in his ...
The Choice December 13, 2016 ShareThis poem was initially titled “A Few Cans Of Food And Some Bottles Of Water.” I have revised and improved it.
Some cans of food and some jugs of water;
You’ve got a gun and a garden out back;
A way to save ...
Be Not Misled – Revised December 12, 2016 ShareThis poem is based on Matthew (chapter 24) from the Bible. It tells about the end of the age and Christ’s return.
As Jesus was leaving the temple that day
His disciples came to show without delay
The grandeur of the temple and ...
Can These Pages Live? December 4, 2016 ShareThis poem was inspired by some verses from the Bible.
He said to me, “Son of man, can these bones live?”
(Ezekiel 37:3 NASB)
Not that we are adequate in ourselves to consider anything as coming from ourselves, but our adequacy is ...
Your Life Is Based On Shifting Sand December 2, 2016 ShareThis poem is for people who think they can hide their evil and who think that evil makes them strong.
Attacking, mocking, killing foes
Your pride does swell as power grows
Though watching over all the land
Your life is based on shifting sand
The Beast April 24, 2016 ShareThis poem is about the beast of guilt and fear.
The repressed beast sleeps
In the heart that keeps
Its guilt hid away
And does not allay
The resulting fear
That judgment is near
People have a mask
With the simple task
Of hiding the beast
But guilt is a ...