Rita Hawkins

Rookie (11/19/93 / Louisville, kentucky)

Rita Hawkins Poems

1. What Color Is Love 12/31/2008
2. Footprints 12/24/2008
3. A Homeless Person 12/30/2008
4. No Better Place For Graduation 12/30/2008
5. Animal Abuse 10/3/2011
6. Here I Am Lord 1/22/2009
7. What Is Love? 12/27/2008
8. I Am Forgiven 12/25/2008
9. Thyroid Cancer 12/25/2008
10. Leading The Children 9/2/2009
11. Being A Lost Christian 1/19/2012
12. To My Big Sister 1/17/2011
13. Feeling Like Ending Life 1/19/2012
14. Sleepless Nights 1/19/2012
15. Sister's Are Good Friends 1/23/2010
16. True Friend 10/3/2011
17. The Only Forever Lasting Friend 1/22/2009
18. 15 Years, And Now A Get Together? 3/5/2009
19. Soliders Do Not Deserve This 6/16/2009
20. Are We Running Late 9/2/2009
21. What Is Left To Do? 12/31/2008
22. Smiling Down On You 12/31/2008
23. Depression 1/1/2009
24. Resting On The Seventh Day 1/1/2009
25. Frogs 1/3/2009
26. War 1/3/2009
27. Marla Price 1/9/2009
28. Hope For Anything 12/26/2008
29. Give Thanks Year Round 12/26/2008
30. Love 12/26/2008
31. School And Christianity 12/25/2008
32. Baby And Love 12/25/2008
33. The Bible And A Call For All Non-Believers 12/24/2008
34. Accomplishments 12/27/2008
35. Aunt 12/27/2008
36. Jeremiah 29: 11-13 12/29/2008
37. Emotional Highway 12/29/2008
38. Scared At Night 12/29/2008
39. Homeless 12/30/2008
40. Death Is Tough 12/24/2008
Best Poem of Rita Hawkins

What Color Is Love

Have you ever asked yourself 'What color is love? '
Some would say it is white,
Because a dove is the sign of love, and they are white.

Some would say it is red,
Because when you visualize your heart it is red,
And lies in a bed of blood.

Some would say it is green,
Because Mother Nature is green, and she is love,
That is why we have veggies like green beans.

The truth is we do not know what color love is,
It comes in many forms,
From Tough Love that calls a blow,
To sweet love that holds you when the tears flow.

No one ever thinks...

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Footprints

One night a man had a dream. He dreamed
he was walking along the beach with the LORD.


Across the sky flashed scenes from his life.
For each scene he noticed two sets of
footprints in the sand: one belonging
to him, and the other to the LORD.

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