Tag Archives: joy

There’s no snow*

The weather outside’s delightful No reason to be frightful No matter where we go, There’s no snow, there’s no snow, There’s no snow It was raining but now is stopping We will all go outside hopping Christmas lights are all  … Continue reading

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A Soul Apart – In Loving Memory of Karina Acosta

This poem was written on the news of the death of the young and beautiful Karina Acosta a few years ago. She gave birth to her son in New York City and unfortunately for this world had contracted an infection … Continue reading

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A Couple of My Favorite Chesterton Quotes

“According to most philosophers, God in making the world enslaved it. According to Christianity, in making it, He set it free. God had written, not so much a poem, but rather a play; a play he had planned as perfect, … Continue reading

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Constant Longing

Early morning sun A welcome guest Too short when it comes A light-fest Rising become easy Like a lover’s kiss She wakes me I rise for this The joy it brings It warms the heart Smiles abound Great way to … Continue reading

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