Jo Lynn EhnesAllen

Rookie - 168 Points (1/18/1962 / Alliance, Nebraska)

Jo Lynn EhnesAllen Poems

1. Behind The Garnet Door 2/26/2005
2. Magical Phantom 2/25/2005
3. Darkness Abounds 2/27/2005
4. Just A Dream 9/12/2005
5. After The Music 9/12/2005
6. Closer 2/25/2005
7. When Dreamers Meet 8/16/2005
8. Mercy's Hand 2/25/2005
9. Beyond Midnight 8/12/2005
10. Dark Invasion 2/27/2005
11. Haunting 2/27/2005
12. Legacy 6/16/2005
13. Beyond The Ashes 6/19/2005
14. Moving On 2/27/2005
15. Vanished Voice 2/23/2005
16. Fragments Of Love 2/27/2005
17. Crimson Valentine 2/27/2005
18. The Gift 2/25/2005
19. Collision 2/27/2005
20. I Long 2/27/2005
21. Reflection 2/27/2005
22. The Dawn Of Tomorrow 2/27/2005
23. Obscure Seduction 6/4/2005
24. Seductress Of The Night 2/27/2005
25. A Glimpse Inside 2/27/2005
26. Unchained Memory 2/27/2005
27. My Burning Love 2/27/2005
28. The Christmas Gift 2/26/2005
29. His Radiating Light 2/27/2005
30. Not Written In The Stars 2/27/2005
31. I Never 2/27/2005
32. The Dust Of Ages 2/27/2005
33. Why Can'T You Listen 2/27/2005
34. My Harley Angel 2/27/2005
35. Alas, My Love 2/27/2005
36. Hand In Hand 2/27/2005
37. Upon This Ruby Bed 2/27/2005
38. So Much More 5/20/2005
39. Silent Fuse 8/16/2005
40. In The Glass 8/16/2005

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Best Poem of Jo Lynn EhnesAllen

Love Is (Found) Is Love

Love
is found;
enraptured
are two, then shared
are understanding
and trust entwined with truth.
Defined are dreams and romance;
aroused are emotions inside;
whenever destiny is working.

~~~**~~~

Working is destiny whenever
inside emotions are aroused.
Romance and dreams are defined.
Truth with entwined trust and
understanding are
shared, then two are
enraptured;
found is
love.

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My Prayer To Thee

O, hand of God, thy divine presence missed
in rainbows bright and waves that brush ashore.
O, Holy One, a nation gone adrift,
I pray we sense the heart of thee once more.
To see thy face upon the mountain strong
and hear thy whisper in the morning breeze.
To bring us back to thee where we belong
before thy wrath shall bring us to our knees.
O, Father, let us feel thy loving touch

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