Betty Jo Hilger

Rookie (05/29/65 / Missouri)

Betty Jo Hilger Poems

1. The Monarch’s Message 3/13/2005
2. Self-Delusion… 3/14/2005
3. Despair... 3/4/2005
4. Echoes Of A Rose… 2/3/2005
5. Purposed And At Peace… 2/3/2005
6. Hidden Rose... 2/3/2005
7. “known” Stranger… 3/4/2005
8. A Dream Fulfilled… 3/4/2005
9. Seeking… 3/4/2005
10. Guiding Light... 2/2/2005
11. Blue... 2/2/2005
12. Sanctuary… 2/3/2005
13. Son... 3/3/2005
14. Madness... 3/3/2005
15. Frustration... 3/4/2005
16. Compassion… 2/3/2005
17. Blame... 2/2/2005
18. Buttressed... 2/2/2005
19. I Won’t Give Up… 2/24/2005
20. Overwhelmed… 2/3/2005
21. Silent Storm: Are We Listening? 2/3/2005
22. Adopted... 2/2/2005
23. Runaway... 2/2/2005
24. Hiding Place... 2/2/2005
25. Pompous Prince... 2/2/2005
26. Growing Up… 2/3/2005
27. Mislaid Mind… 3/4/2005
28. How He’s Grown… 3/4/2005
29. Desperation... 2/2/2005
30. Delusion... 2/2/2005
31. Why So Long? 8/15/2005
32. Invisible Sin… 8/16/2005
33. Heaven... 3/4/2005
34. Awed… 3/4/2005
35. Rest In Him 4/4/2005
36. Hope… 2/3/2005
37. Applying Faith… 3/4/2005
38. Tongue-Tied… 3/4/2005
39. We Are What They See… 3/4/2005
40. Troubled... 3/4/2005

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Best Poem of Betty Jo Hilger

Season’s Change…

There was a sound upon the wind
A joyous melody
Which sang a tune of gratitude
Spiced with a hint of glee

It whispered with the breath of spring
Come to empower soul
For all who cared to listen to
Its satisfying toll

Sweet as bells on Sunday
Announcing heavens berth
Sailing past on golden rays
To sing of Peace on Earth

Angelic annotation
Delivered with the rain
Transported via rainbows
Has set us free again

With just one note…

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Despair...

Boiling from the passageway where earth has met the sky
The heavens roll with anger held at bay
Intense emotion rising up to form the frothing spume
To form the head of terror come to life
Thunder, rolling ‘cross the blue, to banish all my hope
Storming squalls invading quiet days
Dispelling joy, dispersing peace, delivering alarm
The dragon of the night has conquered hope
And undulating athwart, to cover light from view

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