All posts in "Poems"

The Price of Calvery

By Danny Naglowsky / 3 weeks ago

The Price of Calvery Danny Naglowsky He didn’t come by accident He came here with a purpose A purpose that was really meant That is why he was sent While being here, he had one thing on his mind And that was the lost And his children combined Who didn’t have to pay the cost […]


My Will Verses Yours

By Danny Naglowsky / last month

I’ve been running down my own created road Turning and swaying and stumbling and explode My sinful actions and my wrong doings All of which are strongly against Your will I tend to continue when I still get chills Down my spine, I feel Your high power still I don’t know why I still get […]


Sea of Inferno

By Danny Naglowsky / last month

Sea of Inferno The sea of inferno is all around Earsplitting screaming are the only sounds Horror and frustration are the only emotions While swimming in the scorching oceans Wanting to escape this torture cell Looking for the non-existent peace This is not heaven but hell The pain will by no means cease The fire […]


Sweet Surrender

By Debra Jones / a couple of months ago

I am Amazed At the price you paid The love you gave You could have turned back You felt all our fears, knew our sins Each and every one You cried out; Father why do you forsake me You cried out and no one heard I am Amazed That day, you hung your head You […]


The Tea Cup

By Phyllis Corbin / a couple of months ago

THE TEA CUP There was a couple who used to go to England to shop in the beautiful stores. They both liked antiques and pottery and especially teacups. This was their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary and the shop they visited had a beautiful teacup. They said to the store assistant, “May we see that? We’ve never […]


The Green, Green Grass of Home

By Sheri Boulet / a couple of months ago

I have had an old song on my mind today, one that takes me back to my childhood. I am pretty certain it even outdates me, but, none the less, it has circulated in my brain for a better part of the afternoon. I remember all too well what it was like being a young […]


Who is the Man?

By Tina Pierce / a few months ago

Who is the Man? Who is the man that lives this life without God? Whose footsteps are guided by self, walking with an empty trod? Who is the man that thinks he knows where he’s going, But at the end of the day still ends up lonely. Who is the man that says “I can […]


One Choice

By Shayna Buchan / a few months ago

One Choice What were your inner feelings, What did your tender eyes see? What were your deepest thoughts, When you fell down to your knees? Did you feel hope deep down inside, Or did you feel your doom? When you prayed His will to be, Knowing death was coming soon. Did your passion push you […]


When Death Comes

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

It comes quickly Even when it is expected It steals in And provides an ending To some one’s story When death comes Hearts cry Tears run hot Not for the life that is gone But for the life that is left behind When death comes It catches you Unaware Even if you have waited Holding […]


” A Loving Place “

By Della Moses / a few months ago

As I lay comforted within my mommy’s womb, I feel her every motion as if she step’s to an unheard tune. I just know she’s taking me somewhere special today, She seem’s to be more relaxed as if she is happy and gay. It’s not going to be too long before I go out into […]

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