Category Archives: Poetry

There was a young boy we’ll call Wade

There was a young boy, we’ll call Wade, who grew up on a farm baling hay. Before he could farm his dad drove a truck. His mom had good looks. Oh, what luck! Together they made seven young’uns. Wade came in at number four just for fun. He was a good kid more often than …

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T’was the Middle of Winter

T’was the middle of winter and all across the land Everybody remembered when they had the use of their hands. It started that very cold day their fingers went numb and continued into the time they lost the use of their thumbs. What happened to their feet the Lord only knows but somehow now they …

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What I’m thankful for.

I know its more than a month before Thanksgiving is upon us, but, I’d like to get your gratitude juices flowing with a poetic jump-start. WHAT I’M THANKFUL FOR I’m thankful for the sunshine that warms our world just right Without it we’d be in a state of only constant night The grass that grows …

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Have you heard of the herd that came to the ark?

Have you heard of the herd that came to the ark? They found it without knowing where Noah had parked. God told them to come, but just two of each kind. There were so many of them they formed a long line. The lions came proudly, a he and a she. They didn’t eat anybody …

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My Ode to Fathers

This Man You Call Your Dad by Wade Webster He’s the person you look up to when you start out very small As you age you suddenly realize he’s not perfect after all He seemed to have an answer to each question in your brain Mom would give you comfort for each boo-boo and each …

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T’was the Day After Easter

T’was the day after Easter and all through the house The only one still looking for candy was the mouse. He came across a stash the children had missed If he’d seen the Easter Bunny he’d have given his kiss. He started with the chocolate, who would blame him? The eggs proved a challenge, their …

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