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Mister Dirt
Have you met someone like Mr. Dirt before - and how did you treat them?

God Loves the Game of Baseball
Having fun with God and a sport I love.

Vinegar or Honey? (Which one are you?)
The bible says to tell the truth with love, that the tongue is like the rudder on a ship, and can steer us wrong. Ephesians 6:4 says, "Fathers don't exasperate your children"Though not explicitly christian, this poem comes out of these concepts.

Patriotic Flu
Someone made a comment on face book that patriotism is a disease and a sickness tearing down freedom. I laughed and asked if I had a patriotic fever. First thing this morning I wrote this poem.

Number Please
A frustrating tale of the telephone

My Home Poem
A deep heart felt verse about writing poems at home.

It Sings, "I Can! "I Can!"
When we learn to stop griping and complaining about things and start counting our blessings, we can enjoy life better.

Children Who Go Errant!
When did I become the child and my children the parent???

Spare Not The Rod finalist in poetry contest
"Spare the rod and spoil the child" is a phrase coined by a 17th century British poet, Samuel Butler, but it is based on Proverbs 13:24, "He that spareth the rod hateth his son, but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes."

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