Val Jennings

Rookie (18 June 1941 / Walkermine, Plumas, California, USA)

Val Jennings Poems

1. Fresh Fiction 9/23/2007
2. When 9/23/2007
3. Sunflowers 9/23/2007
4. Puzzles And Poetry 9/24/2007
5. Moods 9/24/2007
6. Blame 9/24/2007
7. He Walked 9/24/2007
8. Integrity 9/24/2007
9. Joy 9/24/2007
10. Kindness 9/24/2007
11. Questions 9/24/2007
12. Rainbows 9/24/2007
13. Uprooting The Family Tree 9/24/2007
14. Val And Values 9/24/2007
15. Fathers' Day 7/31/2009
16. A Walk In The Woods 7/31/2009
17. Asap Fables 7/31/2009
18. Awakening 7/31/2009
19. Baptism 7/31/2009
20. Birthdays 7/31/2009
21. Blessings 7/31/2009
22. Boy Scout Basics 7/31/2009
23. Christmas 7/31/2009
24. Christmas Memories 7/31/2009
25. Council 7/31/2009
26. A Godly Garden 9/23/2007
Best Poem of Val Jennings

A Godly Garden

We must first want to,
then we must try,
patiently striving, to identify
what we are growing
and pull out the weeds.
What's left in our garden
are godly seeds.
Watered and nurtured
loved and caressed,
their fruits are virtues.
Our growth, happiness.

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When

When you can keep your faith when all about you
Are loosing theirs and friends are but a few.
When you can keep your head while discouragement surrounds you,
And hold a lifeline to the drowning crew.
When you can count both vice and virtue
As hollowed ground you've traveled o'er,
And know repentance has lifted you from quicksand
And stand erect although your feet are sore.
When faith and hope, and love and service,

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