Sandra Finch

Rookie (April 22 / Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin)

Sandra Finch Poems

1. Join Hands All People 11/1/2004
2. Forgot How To Love 11/1/2004
3. Lord, Take Me Home 11/1/2004
4. Journey Into My Past 11/4/2004
5. One Single Tear 11/9/2004
6. When Our Hearts' Are Pure 11/9/2004
7. Always Love You 5/12/2006
8. Blame It On Love 11/1/2004
9. Do You Remember 11/1/2004
10. Rememberance Love Song 5/12/2006
11. Your Love Is A Candle 5/12/2006
12. Queensland Dreams 5/12/2006
13. Singin' Cowboy 5/12/2006
14. Yesterday & Today 5/12/2006
15. True Friend 5/13/2006
16. Summer Love Forever 5/13/2006
17. You Say You Are Homeless 1/6/2008
18. Thank-You My God 1/6/2008
19. I’m Sorry 1/6/2008
20. Special Blessing 1/6/2008
21. Like A Bright Shooting Star 1/6/2008
22. Lovin' Comes Easy 1/6/2008
23. If You Don’t Love Me 1/6/2008
24. Three Little Words 1/6/2008
25. There's A Time 1/6/2008
26. Texas Sounds 1/6/2008
27. Tell Mama 1/6/2008
28. Norman Rockwell Kind Of Town 1/6/2008
29. My Friend, My Brother 1/6/2008
30. Married To A Stranger 1/6/2008
31. Man Of My Dreams 1/6/2008
32. Oceans Of My Mind 1/6/2008
33. I Love You 1/6/2008
34. Path To Heaven 5/13/2006
35. Poetry Of Sandra Finch 1/6/2008
36. Your Wish, Your Dream 1/6/2008
37. Heaven Above 1/6/2008
38. Hard To Find Love 1/6/2008
39. Rejection And Hope 1/6/2008
40. My Heart Sings A Love Song 1/6/2008

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Best Poem of Sandra Finch

Pot Of Gold

I followed the rainbow
To find it's pot of gold.
What I found was better
I found you to hold.

I wanted gold and silver
Cause I was a greedy man.
I was sent what I needed
Now I'm the richest in the land.

You're my pot of gold
At the rainbows end.
You're better than the riches
I asked God to send.

God sent me true love
Instead of silver or gold,
I received something better
I got you to hold.

I wouldn't trade your love
For riches or for fame.
Since I found your love
I'll never be the same.

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Do You Remember

Do you remember your youth, days gone by?
Can you still feel happy just looking at the sky?
Do you remember catching fireflies, watching them glow?
Thinking your parents knew everything that there was to know.

Do you remember how mud felt between your toes?
The excitement you felt seeing the season’s first snow.
Do you remember looking at the stars in the sky,
Thinking you could touch them if only you tried.

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