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POEMS AND DEVOTIONS ABOUT GOD By Justin Bruce
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This is a book of poems and devotions that I have wrote form my thoughts and feelings and some from which i feel god led me to write
POEMS AND DEVOTIONS ABOUT GOD By Justin Bruce
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This is a book of poems and devotions that I have wrote form my thoughts and feelings and some from which i feel god led me to write
Poems About Life and God By Tammy Chapman
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a reflexion on life, love, heart ache, death, and God.
Poems About Life and God By Tammy Chapman
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a reflexion on life, love, heart ache, death, and God.
Poems About... By Tabitha Addison-Klippert
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A collection of poetry inspired by the life and feelings of Tabitha Addison-Klippert as written by her. Poems About... covers the topics of God and faith, love and heartbreak, the emotions of life... More > and people. Some poems will uplift while others will speak the words that many souls feel but are too ashamed or afraid to put into words such as feelings about depression and infertility.< Less
God`s Glory Poems A Collection Of Poems about Moses And The Children Of Israel By Jackie Howard
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Moses And the children Of Israel a book never done before in poems.Will inspire and encourage you in your life.Moses didn`t have it easy but with God he found the way to the promise land !
Poems to read tomorrow about yesterday By Georg Edvard Mateos
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A tribute to love comparing it to a bowl of porridge, sweet or sour...your choice. A few thoughts to our Native American's Hundred Nations. The Traveler's long journey searching for God. The end of... More > the Colonel's Saga (started on Portrait of a Sad Man, 305 poems) At the end, the book of Andre, the Sheik of Literary Sands.< Less
Poems to read tomorrow about yesterday By Georg Edvard Mateos
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A tribute to love comparing it to a bowl of porridge, sweet or sour...your choice. A few thoughts to our Native American's Hundred Nations. The Traveler's long journey searching for God. The end of... More > the Colonel's Saga (started on Portrait of a Sad Man, 305 poems) At the end, the book of Andre, the Sheik of Literary Sands.< Less
Poems From God Vol. I By Angela Smith
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This collection of poems was written throughout my life from the time I started my first poem at around eleven years old and until the time I decided to put them all together and publish them in this... More > book. These poems tell a story about my life about the trials and tribulations that I had faced as a Christian. Some of the poems where written for church programs, school assignments, Christmas cards, and written in a love letter. I wrote them also for my love ones when they had passed away. But mostly they were written for an outlet for my anger for when I thought life was unfair and people was not fair. And some was posted on Facebook to cheer up love ones and friends.< Less
God Lives In a Tree and other poems By Robert Costa
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The author of two previous collections of poetry, Robert Costa is a full time teacher, residing in southeastern Pennsylvania. In his latest book, the social commentator climbs out on a limb,... More > observing the troubled world below. From his vantage point, he writes about the many social injustices that plague modern society. There is war, famine and poverty, destruction of the environment and political unrest. Between the branches he sees how man has become estranged from family, friends, God and a world that had always seemed safe and secure. Yet, in the distance there is hope, as seen from the highest bough. Rather than surrendering to the gloom and doom, the author finds encouragement and the determination to live each day to its fullest.< Less