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My English Garden

Is it really a walk if the farthest you get is your own backyard? I say yes, yes it is. And a beautiful walk indeed when lavender and candytuft, bleeding hearts and lilac trees, are in bloom, iris are promising … Continue reading

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Gathering Treasure

Once upon a time I gathered grievances like treasure stored in my heart pain without measure I held tight to my rights I learned in time to gather forgiveness instead like leftover pieces of miracle bread when the 5,000 were … Continue reading

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My Divine Defense

My friend Rachel Lulich issued a challenge to write a poem a week based on one of the devotions included in Charles H. Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook. I’m always up for a good challenge, and the devotional was only 99 cents for Kindle, … Continue reading

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Resolve

The crowd egged Him on but He never cracked Pilate put pressure on but He didn’t blow His stack He knew what lay ahead but never shied away The hardest cross before Him but nothing made Him sway He knew … Continue reading

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A New Friend

Once upon a midnight dreary an empty pair of pants sauntered past my open door startled me for sure I jumped up from my easy chair ran right down the porch stair hollered to those empty pants Want to be … Continue reading

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The Battle Rages

Angels fell from the grip of grace Heaven’s gate down to earth bringing rebellious evil to God’s creation Spirit realms where angels struggle for our souls yours and mine heavenly host fights demons grip us in His grace Eyes open … Continue reading

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Campfire Memory

Curled up next to you in our two-seater camp chair staring into the campfire warmed by fire and you We watched long-legged spiders sidle up to the edge of the fire ring trying to get warm, too Meanwhile the dogs … Continue reading

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