Mother’s Day Poetry

~ Poems written in honor of Mother’s Day ~  The Homemaker She works around the clock it seems Washing clothes and cleaning things. At times content, at times despairing, But always there and always caring. Taking on the daily tasks, Responding to the voice that asks, “Mom, have you….” you know the rest. But do … Read more

A Mother’s Love

~ A Mother’s Love— a poem for Mother’s Day ~ A mother’s love is a cherished treasure, One with value no one can measure. Unlike others, hers is a love that will last, A sincere love–demonstrated and steadfast. Before she ever cradles her child in her welcoming arms, She’s already determined to shield that one … Read more

A Collection of Easter Poetry

Photo of Celtic cross at sunset

Happy Easter! This is a collection of three poems, my trinity of Easter poetry, with a link to the third, an Easter acrostic poem. Easter Haiku Easter morning dawns.Behold the empty chamber:Jesus is risen! Wonder – an Easter Poem Was it an ordinary day? Were shepherds in the fieldwith sheep idly ambling through Judean grass?Did … Read more

Easter Poetry

A compilation of Easter poetry to enjoy during the Easter season. SEEK YE FIRST Seek ye first His kingdom,with the rising of the sunand seek Him in the eveningwhen all your work is done.Seek Him in a quiet placeand seek Him in the fray.Desire more His presenceas you come to bow and pray.Honor Him with … Read more

Shamrock: Three Poems for Saint Patrick’s Day

shamrock

Related Articles: In honor of the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, whose day we celebrate every March, here is my shamrock of three poems written for Saint Patrick’s Day. Ireland Acrostic I reland always beckoning:R ainbows and pots of gold;E merald Isle ever glistening in Celtic tales of old;L eprechauns, lurking, listening;A ncient Druids … Read more

Valentine – an Acrostic Poem

Wedding flowers, marriage, relationship

Valentine, an Acrostic Poem for Valentine’s Day. V elvety romantic nights, A dmiring the glowing moon L ambent in the darkened sky. E ntranced by this lovely sight, N estled, we exist in tune, T wo hearts which God has drawn nigh, I n this most enchanted time N eeding only your gentle sigh – … Read more

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