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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."

Could Manna Be Grits?
This is a comical poem based on a child's question concerning manna.

This is just a little comical poem I wrote about the length of a man's hair, which is an issue in many churches.

Sin Still Stinks!
Based on a true story during gooseberry picking season in Wisconsin, still in a depression in 1934, as told to me by my mother, Ruth.

Many ways to worship
A poem about the need to worship God alone and not the style or type of worship song.

Being Relevant
A ironic and funny poem about doing evangelism by the book without really doing it in a relevant and meaningful way.

Twilight Years . . .
Getting older is the pits, but with God's grace its doable!!!

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