"Make Me Lord"
Send me Lord , ere I go,
Let me walk, in you so;
All my life I’ll Abide,
With you Lord By My Side.
Call me Lord, Where I go,
That where I am, you will know;
All my soul to you I give,
Only for you Lord, do I live.
Love me Lord with Love Divine,
Help me live on precepts thine;
All thy promises I know are mine,
Let me fall Lord, on mercies thine.
Oscars Short Little Poems
Starting when I was very young, I heard poetry within me, and began to let it out through writing short verses, including the one above. Some think that short is bad, and sometimes it seems that ratings are lowered due to brevity. But in opposittion to this, my thoughts are that if its short, and its meant to be brief, then let it be short and brief!
Inspiration At the Tip of the Pen.
Sometimes a person wonders, where do writers get their inspiration? in answer to this question, let me preface by saying that if I had stopped to write down all the moments of inspiration, the thoughts and the waterfalls of words that were flowing and tumbling seemingly out of nowhere, I suppose I would have many poem books by now. but if you don't stop at the moment of inspiration and begin writing, then just like a scrolling teleprompter, the previous lines and verses slide out of mind as the new ones come aboard.. So, to truly capture inspiration you have to stop wen it happens and write it down! MOJ
- Rebecca, My Precious Daughter
A poem about my precious and lovely second daughter, Rebecca.. A special gift upon us bestowed those moments of birth long ago..
- Wise Old Birds
The savvy wit of experience combined with wisdom in a piece of literature, with no apology for where these words originated or destined to land; traditional, historical, modern, or old. None.
- Till At Last My Journey's End
I'm on a journey, consisting of my life and of my heart, and of my dreams and my ideals. there is someone leading me through it. There is a beginning and an ending. I will make it if I follow. There are dangers I much watch out for, but if I be faith
- "Let Me Be"
This poem is about describing yourself with literary and musical terms. Refers to ones character and nature without being too serious or too common.