Poetry

For All the Times — A Father’s Day Poem

For All the Times: A poem in memory of my father for Father’s Day For all the times I never told you thank you,For all the times I ignored what you said,For all the years I acted so indifferent,I want to say how much I thank you, Dad.These are the things I should have often told you,But usually they were left unsaid;Now these are words that weigh heavy upon me —How much I want to say, I love you, Dad.For…

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Father’s Day Haiku

How everlasting Are the bonds between fathers And their little girls. May 11, 2009 Join the discussion on Facebook Use this link to shop Amazon.com and support Christian Activities  612 total views,  1 views today

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Father’s Day Acrostic

Fathers are not appreciated As much as they should be. They toil at work and work at home Hoping to meet out needs, Each day beings new occasions — Reasons for appreciation, Showing thanks for his deeds. Dad, I wish I could tell you this, As I sit with my memories — You are so very dearly missed. Join the discussion on Facebook //–> Use this link to shop Amazon.com and support Christian Activities  641 total views,  1 views today

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Cry Eternal Herald Angels

C ry eternal herald angels’H ere is mercy come to man.’R ighteous ones will see His gloryI n every nation, every land,S evering the chains that bind usT ies of death will be releasedM aking us the heir of agesA uthored by the Prince of PeaceS avior and our souls’ reprieve. Dec. 24, 2013 Related: Christmas in Iraq – a Poem for Our Troops Join the discussion on Facebook //–> Use this link to shop Amazon.com and support Christian Activities…

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Cry Eternal Herald Angels – a Christmas Acrostic

A Christmas acrostic for the holiday season. Cry eternal herald angels, here is mercy come to man! C ry eternal herald angels, ‘H ere is mercy come to man!’ R ighteous ones will see His glory I n every nation, every land. S evering the chains that bind us, T ies of death will be released, M aking us the heir of ages A uthored by the Prince of Peace– S avior and our souls’ reprieve. © Dec. 2013 Kathryn…

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Brave Pilgrims Knew

Brave Pilgrims knew The sea would bring Them to a shore Where never a king Could thwart their quest Of duty pure: To worship God And faith insure. Return to our poetry section at: More Thanksgiving Poems: Thanksgiving Acrostic With Folded Hands on Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving Day Thanks to God for His Gifts Return to our poetry section at: Christian Poets Pen Christian poets are also invited to join the Christian Poets Pen Blog Christian Activities is on MySpace at:…

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Nashville’s Month Before Christmas

An oldie but goodie Christmas poem from 1999. ‘Tis the month before Christmas and all through the town The tinsel, lights, (snow?!?!) across Nashville abound. And all over town in arenas and halls From Legislative Plaza and to Rivergate Mall; From Belle Meade Plantation to Riverfront Park; Nashville glows all day, is ablaze after dark. Concerts and pageants, reunions and greeting Shopping and singing, decorating and eating. From the carols of Christmas to the Messiah’s strains New memories are made,…

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Thanks

‘Thanks’ to caring saints this day who comfort those in mourning ‘Thanks’ to God who gives away new mercies every morning. ‘Thanks’ to those who meet a need for someone else today. ‘Thanks’ to all who pray �God speed� and give in thoughtful ways. ‘Thanks’ to those who feed the poor, who give themselves to others. ‘Thanks’ to soldiers off to war. Defending home and brothers. ‘Thanks’ to those who clothe the needy, who give with nothing spared. ‘Thanks’ to…

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With Folded Hands on Thanksgiving Day

With folded hands we want to say Our thanks to You this special day. A day that has been set aside Because with bounty You have plied Our country with unmeasured wealth, Something we could not do our selves. From north to south, from east to west Dinners are spread and we are blest, While freedom walks among our land, Another gift from Your good hand. Return to our poetry section at: Christian Poets Pen If you have a poem…

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