Phyllis Strong


Phyllis Strong Poems

1. If 11/25/2010
2. Perfect World 12/6/2010
3. Serve 12/8/2010
4. Good News 12/8/2010
5. Home Manager 12/17/2010
6. I'M Blessed 12/20/2010
7. It's Christmas 12/3/2010
8. Why I'M Fat 12/3/2010
9. God Has Blessed America 12/26/2010
10. At Year End 12/30/2010
11. Hold On 3/5/2011
12. You Are 3/22/2011
13. It Bothered Me 4/3/2011
14. Another Chance 4/23/2011
15. Mom And Dad 5/7/2011
16. Wasted Breath? 2/21/2011
17. Evil And Good 6/20/2011
18. No Diet, Just Grow! 7/8/2011
19. Tinnitus 9/21/2011
20. Give Thanks 11/10/2011
21. High Food Prices 8/23/2011
22. 2012 Mother's Day Gift 5/7/2012
23. Vain 7/29/2012
24. While The Humans Were Fighting Each Other; The Enemy Came In 7/29/2012
25. My Fat 1/1/2013
26. Through Christ 3/4/2013
27. One Day 3/13/2013
28. Lord I Pray... 6/27/2013
29. Power; Out Of Pain 7/19/2013
30. Trying 6/8/2013
31. Deer Playing Dare 11/8/2013
32. I Came… 11/23/2013
33. Another Mother Cries 8/31/2014
34. Keep Trying 6/7/2015
35. Truth 6/7/2015
36. That Last Piece Of Cake 9/16/2014
37. Love Is Like 11/24/2010
38. The Same 3/29/2012
39. Idle Mind People 8/11/2011
40. It's Just That Simple 11/27/2010
Best Poem of Phyllis Strong

All Different, But Still The Same

Some people have short hair, some have long.
Some people have thick hair; some people’s hair is all gone.

Some people have black hair, some have gray.
Some people have brown hair, some blonde, some red.
Some people’s hair a color unsaid.

Some people are short, some people are tall.
Some people will love you; some won’t like you at all.

Some people like hot weather, some like cold.
Some people are timid, some people are bold.
Some people have dark skin, some people have light.
Some people have black skin, some people have white.

Some people eat ...

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Love Is Like

Love is like a beautiful flower,
You have to plant a seed for it to grow.
Love is like a quiet whisper,
You have to be a good listener; for you to know.

Love is like a newborn baby,
You have to nurture her, for her to grow.
Love is like a farmer’s harvest,
What you plant, you reap what you sow.

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