A rich master entrusted his money, To a manager who squandered; Confronted the manager acted, On a plan that he pondered. He needed protection, From being put to shame, So he keenly made deals, Indebted to him people became. The master was pleased, At the shrewdness of this man; His threats had lit a fire, … Continue reading Poem: Money Management
The reception is planned, Who do you invite? Friends, relatives, or neighbors, Who have a fortunate plight?
I will take everything you say, And make it wrong, Turn it into something it’s not, Some nasty old song. Evil’s not your intent, But I will make it that way. My sensitive mind is made up, No matter what you say. I want to push you, For my own selfish reason, To unfairly provoke … Continue reading Poem: Picking a Fight
The sower sows his seed, Hoping to produce a good crop, But it doesn’t happen that way, Most of them will flop.
Alone, Her husband dead; Now the widow is at the gate, Her only son in his burial bed.
"My Father, if this cannot pass away unless I drink it, Your will be done." Matthew 26:42 The cup is laid before Him, The cup of woe, The cup of anguish. He begs not to drink it, Not to taste its death; Maybe there’s another way. “Father, please let it pass, If it’s possible, I … Continue reading Sunday Reflection: The Cup
It hurts, Our shaky past; Will this time be different? Will the changes last? I want to be close once more, To have that loving connection, But I'm scared to give myself, Over to your affection. I must be vunerable again, Lest I lose this opportunity, Where love can heal our hearts, To rejoice in … Continue reading Poem: Hurt and Scared
Things that I know, Words that I have many times read, I need to be reminded of, So my soul will continually be fed. To revisit simple things, Even when they seem trite, Gives my mind a boost, Confirming my inner light. It's not always about the new, But delighting in the old; Remembering the … Continue reading Poem: Reminders
Not in the mood to be calm, I want to be angry with you. I don't want to pause to listen, Just lash out my frustrations. Now that I'm done, Please get away from me, I can't be around you, I'm too upset to think. But alone in my room, Thinking is what I do, … Continue reading Poem: To Feel Heard
A couple deep in love, With stars in their eyes, A future so hopeful; Do I still have these ties? The godly minister, Gives the covenant roles, Guidance from their Creator; Am I upholding our souls? Promises are pronounced, Vows to always stay true, Even through great hardships; Have I seen mine through? Weddings are … Continue reading Poem: Weddings Are Convicting