I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
oneta hayes on SUNDAY’S SIMPLE SERMON… thechickengrandma on SUNDAY’S SIMPLE SERMON… oneta hayes on SUNDAY’S SIMPLE SERMON… Steve Chuku Ibeawuch… on SUNDAY’S SIMPLE SERMON… Dawn Marie on SUNDAY’S SIMPLE SERMON…
- Follow Sweet aroma on WordPress.com
Tag Archives: Limerick Poetry Challenge
(Note: This is fictitious. My experience only via peers) Poets are often out of balance When extolling the beauty of silence. The quietness after the screaming child The stillness … Continue reading
Hey, that little guy is Pete; He is skilled with his feet. Three goals in one game! Now there’s more to his name. Three goals make him “Hattrick Pete.” Sorting through some “stuff,” I found this picture from long ago – … Continue reading
By a girl, poor Tommy was smitten For her, he’d gladly take a lickin’. Washed his face, combed his hair Bought new clothes- even underwear – And proposed marriage as soon as was fittin’. Now Sally for Tommy didn’t yearn Enough … Continue reading
Adios, au revoir, tata, farewell All mean you’ll be gone a spell. If you cheat while you’re gone, And hit your bed after dawn, Returning, you’ll hear your death knell. ************** Thanks, Rashmi, for the prompt: here … Continue reading
He’s a well trained puppy, all around You say, report him to “Lost and Found?” No, I’ll not bother to look for the owner I consider him to be a donor. I’m gonna keep this nice grey hound. —————- … Continue reading
Oh the magic of it all, Girls, petite, and gentlemen, tall; Moonlight, music and skinny dips Sparkling eyes and inviting lips. But alas! ‘Twas a short spell. Don’t bawl!
The immortal soul is eternal, With spirit form that’s supernal. Some deny its reality, Believing all is mortality. The fleshly home is the soul’s external. ———— https://mindandlifematters.wordpress.com/limerick-poetry-challenge/ Week 2, subject “immortal”
That dude had so much pride He tossed all his clothing aside, But to his chagrin The laughter begin He quickly re-covered his hide! To enter Rashmi’s event: https://mindandlifematters.wordpress.com/2015/11/13/limerick-challenge-week-6-pride/
Winter, spring, summer, or fall Whether you’re rich, poor, short, or tall It’s a joy to be alive Helping others flourish and thrive Welcome to Limerick Challenge, You All! https://mindandlifematters.wordpress.com/2015/10/08/a-new-challenge-announcement/#038;c=1392#comment-1392