Sandra Finch

Rookie (April 22 / Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin)

Sandra Finch Poems

41. My Heart Sings A Love Song 1/6/2008
42. South Will Rise Again 1/6/2008
43. Wheat Circles 1/6/2008
44. In The Likeness Of God 1/6/2008
45. Time To Pray 1/6/2008
46. Joy 1/6/2008
47. Heaven Above 1/6/2008
48. Electronic Fix 1/6/2008
49. Don'T Walk Alone 1/6/2008
50. Earth Angels 1/6/2008
51. People Do Care 1/6/2008
52. Unforgettable Journey 1/6/2008
53. Rainbow Of My Life 5/13/2006
54. Memories To Save 1/6/2008
55. Take My Hand 11/9/2004
56. Searching For Answers 11/1/2004
57. My Husband, My Lover, My Forever 5/12/2006
58. Where Do Broken Hearts Go 5/13/2006
59. It’s The Little Things 1/6/2008
60. Gods' Holy Light 1/6/2008
61. Spread Your Wings 1/6/2008
62. I Hit The Jackpot 1/6/2008
63. Imagine 11/9/2004
64. Second Chance On Love 5/13/2006
65. An Artist's Eye 1/6/2008
66. Waiting At Heaven's Door 5/12/2006
67. Pot Of Gold 5/12/2006
68. Come Home To Me 1/6/2008
69. Rock Concert 5/12/2006
70. Keep Christmas In Your Heart 1/6/2008
71. Symphony Of Words 5/12/2006
72. That Kiss 11/1/2004
73. Just Like Mom And Dad 11/1/2004
74. Want Ad Date 5/12/2006

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Best Poem of Sandra Finch

Just Like Mom And Dad

I tell you I love you, you say, always love me,
A love like ours was always meant to be.
All my life you’re the one I dreamed about,
With your love my darlin' there is no doubt.

I've always wanted a love like my parents knew
A love that lasted, a love that grew.
A love so precious, a love so true
I found that love and I found it all in you.

Always love me, you are my life
God intended us to be husband and wife
All our past experiences have shown us the way
to find true love, peace and happiness today.

I know our parents are rejoicing ...

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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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