Poetry

America, a Patriotic Poem

AMERICA, a patriotic poem for our country A- alwaysM- measurelessE-enduringR-readyI-impressiveC-courageousA-assembly We the people of the United StatesHave a message of liberty to proclaim.In order to form a more perfect union,We emphasize our constitution:America land of the free, home of the braveRed, white and blue, her flag proudly waves.She’s chased the wind and rode the seaFrom the highest mountain to the lowest valley.She’s battle scarred but wears with prideThe marks of measure in exchange for life.To those who fail to honor…

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Flagging July

Flagging July: A poem for the 4th of July July’s the time to hoist Old Glory high.We match its colors with a sunny sky.Three cheers for freedom in the U. S. A.!Hurrah for brave ones who have made it so!Our wish is that the liberty will stay,That God will bless our banner here below.We match its colors with a sunny sky.July’s the time to hoist Old Glory high. From our archives: July 1, 2011 The name of this poet was…

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In Jesus

A statement in poetic prose about our relationship with Christ My faith is in Jesus. My hope is in Jesus. My trust is in Jesus. My joy is in Jesus. My peace is in Jesus. My healing is in Jesus. My deliverance is in Jesus. My redemption is in Jesus. My freedom is in Jesus. My assurance is in Jesus. My inheritance is in Jesus. More Poems: A Father’s Hope, Poem Poison—a Haiku Mothers and Daughters Haiku For Father’s Day…

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A Father’s Hope, Poem

A poem by a dad from our 2011 archives I hope when you come home, and the church bells start ringing,You’ll remember the years and the days you had here.That this house will engulf you, with lavender breezeswhen the Lilacs have bloomed and their essence appeases.I hope when you come home, and the church bells start ringing,that comfort surrounds you like a mother’s embrace.That this house was a home and a castle of graceAnd your soul was caressed by the…

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Fathers Day, an Acrostic

An acrostic poem for Father’s Day from our 2011 poetry archives F aithfulness isA ttributedT o him, so weH onor our dadE very June. HeR eally deserves it!S ay what you will,D addys are whatA ll families need,Y ear by year. June 18, 2011 Unfortunately, this poet’s name was lost when we moved Christian Activities over to WordPress. If you know who wrote this poem, please let us know.  809 total views,  8 views today

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Poison—a Haiku

“Poison,” a poem in the haiku form Poison’s drink of choice-with every swig, toxins flow.Sin is now in play. BGWB’Hive Storieshttps://www.bhivestories.com/Follow B’Hive Stories on Twitter @bhive_stories  504 total views,  6 views today

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Memorial Day, a Poem

A Poem Honoring Our Dead Soldiers for Memorial Day by a Veteran Today, a mother laid a lily on a young soldier’s grave,for his country, this young man gave it all, so gallant and so brave.This brave young soldier went off to war, now he no longer lives,for the love of God and country, he gave all that he could give.I served my country long ago; in years I gave it ten,if I were a young man now, I would…

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America Indebted (Memorial Day)

A poem in appreciation for our soldiers for Memorial Day Freedoms and rights both old and new,Are blessings our nation has earned.The toll of the whole, paid by the fewAs enemy fronts we turned.The right to express a different opinion,Is to all fundamentally granted.Let’s embolden our soldiers: save our dominion!Lest tares in our midst supplant us.Thanks to the soldiers, the valiant corpsWho enlist in the force of their choosing.They are certain that war, as in ages beforeDare not risk the…

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Memorial Day in the U. S. A., a Poem

A Poem About Memorial Day in the U.S.A. For those who fell on battlefieldsSo far away from home,Or languished in a prison cellUntil their lives were goneWe lift flags of the U. S. A.On this your very special day.So bright, so brave, the best of themDefended us so wellThat now in humble gratitudeOur hearts begin to swell.Oh, raise the flag and sing some songs–To you our best respect belongs!The names of fellow citizensWho perished serving their homelandDeserve a place in…

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