This collection of poems is representative of my crazy patch life, some bright and new, some showing their age, some seemingly finding their way here from an alternate universe. Just as our lives twist and turn on a whim, so does this poetry patchwork.
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"He that rejecteth me, and receiveth not my words, hath one that judgeth him; the word that I have spoken,m the same shall judge him in the last day." John 12:48
Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead. --Oscar Wilde
May I Walk You Home? by Melody Rossi
Reach the Terminally Ill With the Good News
Melody Rossi saw God work in the hearts of three close family members who died within a span of twenty-eight months. When she had nearly given up hope that they might believe, she was amazed to find their hearts softened to the gospel message. Melody learned that illness has a way of making a person hungry for the truth about spiritual matters. If your unsaved friend or family member is facing death, this encouraging book can help you share Christ in loving, natural ways. She shows how to: Serve in ways that speak louder than words. Respond to signs of spiritual openness. Discuss matters of eternal importance. Cope with the ups and downs of this difficult time. Filled with hope, joy, and practical wisdom, May I Walk You Home? will lovingly prepare you to talk to family and friends about Jesus.
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The poems in "Idle Thoughts" are presented with special thanks to the Poem of the Day Yahoo group where George Smith helps get our creative juices flowing each April and November by sharing daily poetry prompts from Robert Lee Brewer's Poetic Asides blog
Without his help, I would write very little and spend all my time quilting or playing games on my Kindle. As I have mentioned in other notes, I am not a driven poet, but a driven quilter and part time poet! Included here are personal reflections, thoughts on writing, the world around us, and a giggle or two to make you smile.