Biography of Esther Thornburg
Retired, enjoying country living, writing, poetry, music, and scripture searches.
Esther Thornburg's Works:
Timeless Words of Poetry
Esther Thornburg Poems
Bewond the city lights The stars shine bright. Not dimmed by lights below Unseen be those beneath the glow
Weigh It All
Many times destiny seems to call Was it all handwriting on the wall Difficulties over shadow the day
Blessings From Difficulty
Not feeling well is cause to seek the herb garden. Let us meet the contents standing guard. Some plants used for centuries gone by Holding secrets that work, is why.
To Make A Tree
It took God to make a tree. Study its lessons free. Great are the wonders of His ways, There are preparations for many days.
Grandma's vine is still growing fine Storing nutrients for another time.
Why miss out on: The dawning of the day? The sunrise first ray?
An Authors Day
The author opens the notebook to an empty page To display the craft, to embed another image Record another tale, try another style Research well, check the file, may take awhile.
When the son rises to the north Of the old north barn And the day begins early Out there, on the farm.
Caged Bird Sings
The caged bird sings The sound waves echo rings With honor to the maker of all things Of the spirit within, His presence brings
It Is Well
What a wonderful thought to be thinking! We are trusting in the living Son of God. There are believers found in Him. They found His guidance can win.
Words are free, facts remain Thoughts live on, truth to retain Choose a pathway simple and plain
Which Thoughts Win?
Many thoughts flood the day. They travel with us along the way. Are they throughts of admiration? Are they dressed in respect and appreciation?
A Book Search
There is a book our ancestors read. They often told of things it said. It gave them courage to go ahesd.
Music For Life
Music is for a lifetime. Keep the message grand and fine. It holds great thoughts in every line.
The old prospector works alone
Seeks his find, makes it his own
The book on the shelf lays silent alone
Until the words find a home
Deeply planted, made our own
Life's road may change
Graze a new pasture, new range
In liberty, serve the one true God alone
May His word find a new home
Do not dare to walk alone