Alexander Beebe Poems
- The Essence Of A Godly Wife She bares the pain and joy of ...
- Culture Wars A family’s journey in a wagon, heading West to ...
- The Face Of Darkness The inner fabric of our mind consumed ...
- Pipeliner Abundant earth our God has given some in sight and ...
- When God Made You He Thought O... Of all the people in this ...
- The Feeding The backyard trees a host to many, feathered ...
- Why I'M Still Single My baby and I are going out tonight she ...
Although I have always enjoyed writing, poetry is something new for me. I started just a few months ago when I sat down to write what was supposed to be a letter to my wife expressing how much she meant to me; it came out as a poem. She encouraged me to continue writing poems and I now have 25 which I hope to put on poem hunter. I hope you enjoy them. Please give your feedback if you read one ... more »
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'I am prone to gravitate toward my own disappointment thanAlexander Beebe
risk disappointing others. That is why I believe in God.
I am better suited to handle the absence of His existence,
A lone tree stands lost in the abyss of the West Texas Plains, the young man asked his father " Why only one tree? " His father responded: " The point of diminishing returns is a relat...The beauty of the West Texas Plains
''For a man to stand on the beach and not look to the ocean in awe and wonder is a man whose soul is lost.''The Ocean
What is it about railroad tracks that bid you to walk down their path? Maybe it's the allure of a new journey or greener pastures? Maybe it's the curiosity of what's around the next bend. Even if ...Railroad Tracks
''What line does mankind have to cross before God decides He's had enough? Why do we keep searching for that line?''Mankind
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The Essence Of A Godly Wife
She bares the pain and joy of this world with praise and thanksgiving.
A man chiseled by life, attempts to conquer what he has already been given.
Yet she brings him to his knees, not as to extinguish his heart,
but rather to kindle a flame so that God may know he is His own.
She knows well disappointment and pain.
The cross she bears is not of wood and nail.
Her eyes focused on the Lord she humbly gives praise
For the pain of our sins was earthly then raised.
She reminds him ours cannot compare.
He bows his head with tear for he has been fed.
A union on ...