Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 152 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

There's A Time

There's a time to be happy,
and a time to cry.
There's a time for laughter,
and a time to say good bye.
There's a time for sunshine,
and a time for rain.
There's a time for winter,
and a time for spring.
There's a time for love,
and a time for wedding
bells to ring.
There's a time for autumn leaves
to fall, and a time for
summer fun.
There's a time for worship,
and a time to praise
Jesus Christ, God's
only beloved Son!
July 5,1987

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This comparitive formate of writing poems was one commonly used by me in the latter 1980's and one that is still occasionly used by me.

I was strongly influenced by Dr. Robert H. Schuller during this time period. I was influenced by the Bible, and of course the Byrds song
'Turn, Turn, Turn. Although I remain single today, by choice, I still recognize there is a time for wedding bells to ring.

But most of all a time for the worshipful praise of God the Father's only begotten Son, Jesus Christ.

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