Authors Den - A Reflection of Writings from 2011
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MaryGrace Patterson wrote an exceptional “Thanksgiving Prayer.” This poem wisely suggest that "Thanksgiving" should be an everyday affair.
There is a man who has compassion and a heart of Gold for all of God’s precious pets.He goes by Mr. Ed; his poem titled: “So This Is Christmas” is the best one yet!
Then Deborah Ann Tornillo wrote “A New Day of Hope” about our four legged friends. She cares about the fate of God’s animals with a Christ-like love that never ends.
You may have had the privilege of reading the lyrics to poems by Christine Tsen In her heartfelt poem “Jingle!” she yearns to hear her mother’s voice again.
Dr. James E Martin wrote a touching poem titled, “Remembering The Storm.” Read it soon, if you want to learn how to stay safe, secure and warm.
“By the frozen pond The wind is playing a harp” can you picture this poem in your mind? These words are from, “Autumn Tears” by Regis Auffray; It’s great to read anytime!
Zach, Z B McClure wrote “The Purpose of Poetry” and we all need to read this write. Why was Noah Webster’s words changed without Noah’s approval? It’s just not right!
There are folks like Cindy Tuttle who show their faith in Jesus, in poems and short stories. Her poem, “Where is Christmas” exudes strong love for our Savoir; giving Him all the glory!
Authors Dens’ Christine Alwin knows very well how to conjure up a creative haiku. Just check out “Cold Blanket” to experience a special message for me and for you!
It was great to read the stories from Michelle R Kidwell Power In The Pen.One of my favorites is titled: “With Broken Wings Made Whole Again”
Phanuel Muverengwi believes that with God’s joy, we can solve many problems in life. "Don't Worry; Be Happy!" reveals people can’t sleep due to worry and strife.
The Bible is “Food for the hungry soul to feed. Water for the thirsty- A blessing for those who take time to read.” With her poems Patricia Bankhead plants many spiritual seeds.
Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner is a blessing to folks who read her writing, one and all. Her poem “Not Enough” is about thanking the Veteran’s who answered the ultimate call.
We all need to read more poetry and stories from Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado. In “Waiting For The Other Shoe To Drop: Special Needs Parenting 101” she sets hearts aglow.
Connie Faust wrote: “As the bells tolled out the good news, My heart joined in to sing their song; A Visit to The Stable will draw us closer to our Savior, where we belong!”
“The Power of Prevailing Prayers” by Inspire Hope offers positive words about prayer, Margaret Mullings explains how our prayers can make a difference with Christ loving care.
Our Sure …Light! An inspirational Christ-filled extravaganza! Thank you Joyce M Bell! Her poetry helps to draw us near our Savior and the Bible. She does this so well.
The Boat By Michael Hollingsworth is about celebrating life before it’s too late.This story about how precious life is, how to enjoy it and how not to wait.
“Thanks for being with me. In everything I do. I’ll try another day. To be more like you.” This is from Kathryn Neff Perry’s poem the “Setting of The Sun”. Her poems are all so new!
It's important to remember every day, the folks who served in the military. Many served in WWII and did not come home again. Donna Hale Chandler provides a tribute in “My Military Men.” Amen!
Paul D Berube wrote, “Celebrate the Miracle” and said, “Be a friend to one and all.”He boldly added, “Should you see someone stumble, offer a hand to break their fall.”
I thank all you again my dear friends, from MaryGrace Patterson to my dear friend Paul. I wish you continued writing success,Merry Christmas and “Happy New Year” Much love to one and all!