The Long-Expected Party


The Long-Expected Party based on the book, ‘The Lord of the Rings’ by J.R.R. Tolkien A grand event was being planned, Excitement spread throughout the land, The little hobbits could hardly wait, For the grand party Bilbo would make. It was said that the wizard of ancient lore, Would come to his door, Gandalf and…

Dancing Girl


Dancing Girl There is a dancing girl, her feet tap and skirts whirl, she steps about the dancing floor, and shows what she has in store. The strings play soft and clear, a gentleman steps out and draws near, and dances with his girl held dear, and she swirls around without fear. Elizabeth Baillie

First Snow


First Snow The world is covered in a powdery sheet of white, the sun is hidden, but not it’s light, the earth has been robbed of colour, but newly gifted with beauty. Elizabeth Baillie

The Best Dream


The Best Dream I want to fall asleep again, so that I can see your face, it is the only way to be with you, when we’re both so far, far away. I cannot believe that your memory is the stuff of dreams now, dreams! When I see you for real again, I will be…

Coliseum


A poem about a persecuted Christian sentenced to be eaten by lions in the infamous Coliseum.

Return


A poem about missing my home.

The Onion Ways


A poem about sticking your finger in your eye after chopping an onion.

A Blessing in Parting


A Blessing in Parting Remember this as you journey on, think of it while the day is long, our loving Lord is always there, to help you your troubles bear. He’ll guide and show you, the way that’s ever true, through the darkness of your heart, He will His tender grace impart. Look ever to…

Truth


Truth Always strive to tell the truth, Never from it stand aloof, With it you will stand, Heart and hand. It will establish in you great trust, For tell the truth you always must, God’s Word does tell us so, And to God’s Word we always go. It is important for us to God’s Word…

Little Poem of the Daffodils


Oh the splendor of the hills, Oh the glory of the Whippoorwills, as I gaze on with delight, at ecstasies so bright, then my heart with joy fills, and dances with the Daffodils.

Dancing Girl


There is a dancing girl, her feet tap and skirts whirl, she steps about the dancing floor, and shows what she has in store. The strings play soft and clear, a gentleman steps out and draws near, and dances with his girl held dear, and she swirls around without fear.