Jonathan Bellmann


Jonathan Bellmann Poems

1. The Box 7/12/2009
2. We Danced And Played 7/12/2009
3. In Christ's Stead 7/12/2009
4. Whisper In My Ear 7/12/2009
5. Time 7/12/2009
6. Love Is 7/13/2009
7. I Thomas 7/13/2009
8. The Whirlwind 7/13/2009
9. With Words That Know 7/13/2009
10. I Here Be 7/13/2009
11. All My Days 7/13/2009
12. Lilies Of The Field 7/13/2009
13. The Glen 7/13/2009
14. Without You 7/15/2009
15. Mother 7/19/2009
16. A Cabin I'Ll Build 7/12/2009
17. It Was Your Love 7/12/2009
18. No Clouds In Sight 6/2/2012
19. A Shelf Clock Automaton 8/16/2012
20. Autumn Splendor 9/11/2012
21. Fear 9/11/2012
22. Silence 9/11/2012
23. Darkness 9/21/2012
24. Triumphant Shout 12/7/2012
25. Our Savior King 8/9/2009
26. Thou Bloom Of Glen Daren 8/25/2009
27. Christmas Joy 12/25/2009
28. For You 2/11/2010
29. Love's Enduring Joy 2/22/2010
30. Not So Long Ago 4/7/2013
31. Fight 11/29/2013
32. My Dearest 11/30/2013
33. The Mountain 9/27/2016
34. This Child 12/28/2016
35. Eternity Of Silence 3/22/2018
36. Tsunamis 5/8/2012
37. Amid The Sea 7/12/2009
38. The Garden Spider 7/12/2009
39. Twelve Roses 7/12/2009
40. Beneath The Snow 7/12/2009

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If I Were A Tree

If I were a tree what kind would I be?
Would I see more of life
If I felt less strife?
Would my worth grow with time
Like fine wine?
Will my beauty last?
Will my color show in the midst of snow?
Would famine, fire, disease or flood
Diminish my will to be,
My desire to know who created me?
Would I feel rain?
Would I complain of endless pain?
Would I tire of standing with nothing to do?
No bending low, no thoughts to sow,
No whispers to sound;
No laughter
No crying no sighing.
If I were a tree would my Lord be with me?
Would I ...

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A Cabin I'Ll Build

Into the forest I go
To cut myself some wood;
A cabin I’ll build,
A shelter from the cold.

I’ll build a firm foundation
Burrowed deep within the land,
I’ll place upon its surface
The rock I hewed by hand.

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