Perry Biggerstaff

Veteran Poet - 1,195 Points (Illinois)

Perry Biggerstaff Poems

1. Where Was The Guard At Hearts Gate 3/11/2012
2. I'll Be There 4/17/2012
3. The Imperfections Of Me 9/26/2012
4. While My Love Sleeps 10/1/2013
5. 22 8/9/2016
6. Milestone 8/17/2016
7. Memory Lane (The Accused) 4/25/2017
8. Perspective 1/2/2012
9. So Much More 2/14/2015
10. Let Him Go 6/17/2013
11. I Am Third 12/18/2014
12. At Waters Edge 6/12/2012
13. Beneath The Shadow Of The Cross 7/24/2012
14. The Survivor 9/8/2015
15. Far Too Long 4/27/2014
16. I Dont Need To Understand 1/2/2012
17. More Than She May Ever Know 4/8/2015
18. Just Beyond These Walls 9/8/2015
19. Reflecting 5/1/2016
20. The Road Unknown 11/26/2013
21. Not Just Tonight 12/2/2015
22. Holding On Letting Go 3/5/2016
23. I See God In You 9/26/2013
24. Truth 3/19/2012
25. If This Be Love 9/12/2012
26. A Different You 6/25/2015
27. My Daughter...My Rose 3/26/2014
28. Growing Old Together 3/23/2012

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Growing Old Together

To be like them who all would envy
To know a love that snared two hearts
To feel that love while in their presence
To wonder how such true love starts

To hear it in in their conversation
To catch it when their voices rise
To see it in her softest gesture
and in the twinkle of his eyes

To see them slowly walk together
To see him reach out for her hand
A habit born from years of caring
Is more than most can understand

To see two lives so wrapped together
Two hearts merged and so aligned
Where thoughts are shared before they're spoken
When ...

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I wanted to sing a song of praise, so I sat down and wrote,
a song that glorified my Christ in every word and note.
I spent so much time in word and rhyme, that I almost got in wrong...
I almost lost my Savior in the song.

I wanted to build a place to pray, where Christian souls could meet,
a church filled with the Spirits touch, a sweet, solemn retreat.
I planned so much and worked so hard in every brick I stacked,
I somehow lost my joy within the act.

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