Rhonda Baker


Rhonda Baker Poems

1. Destiny 7/19/2008
2. The Park 7/19/2008
3. The Path 7/19/2008
4. My New Day 7/19/2008
5. Mother 7/19/2008
6. May 7/19/2008
7. Father 7/19/2008
8. Dad 7/19/2008
9. White 7/19/2008
10. Backyard 7/19/2008
11. Cassie 7/19/2008
12. The Fourth 7/19/2008
13. Summer 7/19/2008
14. Taxi Cab Yellow, Chartreuse, And Dark Blue 7/19/2008
15. The Winds Of Change 7/24/2008
16. Elk Rapids 8/26/2008
17. Fire Worshiper 9/10/2008
18. Walk With Me 9/10/2008
19. To Touch The Earth 9/26/2008
20. October 9/29/2008
21. Eagles Rainbow 10/10/2008
22. The Old Green Pine 10/10/2008
23. Green 10/10/2008
24. Blue 10/10/2008
25. Red 10/10/2008
26. Luna 10/10/2008
27. Autumn Painter 10/11/2008
28. Not Today 8/6/2008
29. Black Star 8/26/2008
30. November 2 2008 11/3/2008
31. Autumn Days 11/3/2008
32. November 16th 11/16/2008
33. Thanks 11/16/2008
34. Snowflakes 11/20/2008
35. I Wonder What You See? 11/29/2008
36. The Flute 12/8/2008
37. The Sounds Of Christmas 12/8/2008
38. October Night 10/12/2008
39. 2009 1/5/2009
40. January-Is Cold! 1/13/2009
Best Poem of Rhonda Baker

Her Journey's Just Begun

Don't think of her as gone away
Her journey's just begun
Life holds so many facets
This Earth is only one
Just think of her as resting
From the sorrow and the tears
In a place of warmth and comfort
Where there are no days and years
Think how she must be wishing
That we could know today
How nothing but our sadness
Can really pass away
And think of her as living
In the hearts of those she touched
For nothing loved is ever lost
And she was loved so much

E. Brenneman

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The Fourth

Independence day, a day to celebrate freedom; in all of it's glory
To remember our country's long long story
A day to be with our family and friends
To forget about work and all of life trends
To just sit back, like an old hound dog
Or like my Mom would say ' a bump on a log'
To sit in the sun and while away the day
To be like a child and simply play
Free to do just as you please

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