This psalm of David sixty-nine So thrills this aged heart of mine. For sake of rhyme, I paraphrase, To speak of David’s wayward ways.
The New Jerusalem has been Prepared as the mother of us all That great city, the Holy Jerusalem will be filled with sons and daughters From the nations
You never knew my mother, did you? Ah, you missed a good one there. A member of an angel band Came quietly and took her hand, And led her off somewhere.
“I really don’t like that dress at the store: This old one I wear suits me fine.” But why is that longing look in her eyes? And why do her eyes seem to shine? She says to herself, “I’ll buy some new shoes: That boy of ours needs a pair.” Something that should have beenContinue reading “Mama’s New Dress”
One day this boy named Noah was fishing. He had a huge blue marlin on. He was thinking about the future. “With this fish I would get a trophy. I would sell the trophy and buy a better fishing rod. With this fishing rod I would be able to catch bigger fish.” While he wasContinue reading “Noah’s Story (age 10)”
I wish I could stay home and paint today. Make an ordinary piece of wood take on life I wish I could play in my garden and water and weed and smell the sweet fragrance of Spring But I guess I’ll go to my classroom and polish a few students and water and watch themContinue reading “Thoughts of mine”
So many times I talk with friends, Unhappy with their lot. If they could change just what they are, They do so, like as not.
Had Christ refused, His blood to shed, Refused to bow His sacred head, Had Jesus simply said “Oh, no. Up Calvary’s Hill I will not go.” Had Jesus simply said, “Not I,” When called upon to bleed and die. “I will not bear the sins of those Who stripe my back and part my clothes.”
There lived new parents in the land of Ozzie. They worked hard and gave birth to two children. They held them and loved them. They gave them everything they could ever wish for. The parents worked hard, giving them no responsibilities. The children were not happy and wanted more, The land of Ozzie certainly owedContinue reading “Short Story”
“Life is just a mirror, and what you see out there, you must first see inside of you.” Wally ‘Famous’ Amos US cookie businessman (1936 – ) (photo by Chris M.) see more of Chris’ photos: http://christophermar.smugmug.com/gallery/5889175_PhUk3