Something short.

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I'll probably add more poems to just this thread, instead of making a new one every time. I think some of you will realize the rhythm of this one.

Pain, pain go away.
Don't come again,
in Jesus' name.​
 

EmilyFoster

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Short and sweet…. Thanks for sharing. Keep up your good work to encourage others. Blessings to you, friend.
 

VincentG

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far far away..yet always by my side ..to help me walk this crazy earth..until the day he comes again.
 
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Pumpkin is the spice she needs, twice as nice and just as sweet.

Emily Fosters kindness for us all, she's bright and sunny, just like fall.

Vincent's good, God knows it to be true, and if you're nice, he'll return it too.
 
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Sloshing through puddles,
socks damp, shoes peeling.
I guess they say PayLess, for a reason.​
 

oldethennew

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changing my socks every day
don't care for they keep me clean everyday
changing them is never a chore,
but washing the dirty ones becomes a bore...
 
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salvation is the root that leads to faith and spiritual fruits (ie: love)

as long as we have the root, we will never lose that root (John 10:28)