Jonathan Bellmann Poems
- If I Were A Tree If I were a tree what kind would I be? ...
- Comfort, Comfort Me Lord Jesus Comfort, comfort me Lord ...
- Beneath The Snow I saw a twig from beneath the snow Yet, ...
- Twelve Roses Into a vase I placed twelve roses; I watered ...
- The Garden Spider Among the flowers of beauty bright Upon ...
- The Baseball Mitt My father's Roger Maris mitt Was kept in ...
- Buttons A button, one knows is held tightly by ...
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If I Were A Tree
If I were a tree what kind would I be?
Would I see more of life
If I felt less strife?
Would my worth grow with time
Like fine wine?
Will my beauty last?
Will my color show in the midst of snow?
Would famine, fire, disease or flood
Diminish my will to be,
My desire to know who created me?
Would I feel rain?
Would I complain of endless pain?
Would I tire of standing with nothing to do?
No bending low, no thoughts to sow,
No whispers to sound;
No crying no sighing.
If I were a tree would my Lord be with me?
Would I ...