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We sorted through the poems and listed here what we felt were the better ones.
Screams of silence
Emotionally. Mentally. Physically. Spiritually. Confinement in any sense is a bummer, yo.
This lovely parable that Jesus told Speaks of a son returning to the fold I too was just like that prodigal child So lost and so helpless and all beguiled
The following poem was written after the speaker on Sunday made the statement that "We are what we believe"
In Joshua 24:15, Joshua proclaimed to the Israelites, "But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord."
O Lord, Our Lord
O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him. Psalm 34:8
Deborah Smith Plemmons
Cry to the one who's waiting for you
So many tears, so many years.
We lost a young firefighter in our community last week, and this poem was written to help heal our community and his family.
Remember, Read My Heart
During times of loss and sadness, we can find comfort in our Father's presence, in His loving heart.
Linda Watson Owen
My first attempt at making a poem a puzzle.
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