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In Your Sleep. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [148 words]
Nun Watching. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [98 words]
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Water Dark Blue. by Terry Collett - [266 words]
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Time To Wait. by Terry Collett - [265 words]
The Things I Did When I Was Young by Joan Elizabeth White my comparrison of my younger years and the way that I am now [104 words]
The Soldier By The Window by Joan Elizabeth White This is a poem that I hope will help everyone think of Soldiers as people with family... [297 words]
The Seed Sewn
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Sundays It Was. by Terry Collett - [164 words]
She Said No by Angel Of Hope I saw a book called She Said Yes, so I wanted to write a poem called She Said No...just to be contr... [143 words]
She Knows He Will. by Terry Collett - [121 words]
Penny For Them. by Terry Collett - [161 words]
Not One Of Those. by Terry Collett - [184 words]
Not One Ave. by Terry Collett - [119 words]
Not In Your Wildest Dreams. by Terry Collett - [229 words]
Northern Light Flowers by Burton - [26 words]
My Darling by Lamar Cole - [34 words]
Mrs Murphy's Third Child. by Terry Collett - [117 words]
Mother Aged Quickly. by Terry Collett - [116 words]
Molly & Men. by Terry Collett - [215 words]
Many A True Word. by Terry Collett - [143 words]
Looking Out Of Windows. by Terry Collett - [145 words]
It's The Way by Sariah Folau Pacificislander It's why I play basketball [138 words]
It Was No Joke. by Terry Collett - [101 words]
If Only It Would. by Terry Collett - [103 words]
Her Voice by Lamar Cole - [41 words]
Her Lost Love. by Terry Collett - [97 words]
Cost Of War. by Terry Collett - [162 words]
Another Dawn. by Terry Collett - [187 words]
All Things Aside. by Terry Collett - [147 words]
A Vampire's Touch by Taya Sommel - [68 words]
Your Sweet Kiss by Lamar Cole - [36 words]
Your Lips by Lamar Cole - [41 words]
You'll Wake Up. by Terry Collett - [123 words]
You Love by Lamar Cole - [56 words]
You Can See She's In Love. by Terry Collett - [177 words]
Woman Watching. by Terry Collett - [168 words]
What Father Said. by Terry Collett - [323 words]
This Sweet Love by Lamar Cole - [38 words]
The Woman Down The Hall. by Terry Collett - [153 words]
The Real Side Of You by Aujaye Mulmi - [66 words]
Thanks Daddy She Said. by Terry Collett - [221 words]
Summer Of Sex. by Terry Collett - [204 words]
Snow Already. by Terry Collett - [148 words]
Single Mother by Francine Lofton - [121 words]
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Office Blues by Terry Collett - [159 words]
No One Bothered. by Terry Collett - [179 words]
No Moving On. by Terry Collett - [155 words]
No Letter Of Love. by Terry Collett - [200 words]
Nights & Days Since Baby's Death. by Terry Collett - [129 words]
Millie's Mother by Terry Collett - [216 words]
Men Will Watch Paint Dry. by Terry Collett - [141 words]
Living's What We Do. by Terry Collett - [267 words]
Little Left. by Terry Collett - [54 words]
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In Father's Room. by Terry Collett - [197 words]
He's Not The Same. by Terry Collett - [209 words]
Her Eyes by Lamar Cole - [38 words]
Her Body by Lamar Cole - [39 words]
He Would Know Nothing, by Terry Collett - [173 words]
He Promised So Much. by Terry Collett - [168 words]
Hard To Handle by Vanlal Duoma Duoma About my life [61 words]
Finding An Old Photograph. by Terry Collett - [390 words]
Fall Guy. by Terry Collett - [120 words]
Even Now, You Listen. by Terry Collett - [201 words]
Dreams Of You by Lamar Cole - [49 words]
Cockerel & You. by Terry Collett - [123 words]
Behind Tall Walls. by Terry Collett - [230 words]
Anny Would Have Been There. by Terry Collett - [119 words]
An End To The Affair. by Terry Collett - [127 words]
Always On The Edge. by Terry Collett - [109 words]
A Woman Dying. by Terry Collett - [629 words]
A Sweetheart by Lamar Cole - [41 words]
A Better Friend by T J Rintoull Poem for solitude and loneliness. [94 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Seed Sewn
DESCRIPTION
This is a poem I wrote for my mom and dad's 50th wedding anniversary
and I hope it touches someone. I grew up with a mom and dad that have never spoke a unkind word to one another and cherish their years together
[300 words]
AUTHOR
Joan Elizabeth White
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[September 2009]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (3)
The Soldier By The Window (Poetry) This is a poem that I hope will help everyone think of Soldiers as people with familys, dreams, aspirations, and fears this poem is also about a Soldier flying out to another country where there is st... [297 words]
The Telephone (Poetry) Poetry. [91 words]
The Things I Did When I Was Young (Poetry) my comparrison of my younger years and the way that I am now [104 words]
The Seed Sewn
Joan Elizabeth White

The Seed Sewn
What did mama and Daddy first think
When they met at The Village Barn
which was a skating rink

Mama's friend Marie introduced them
that Day
I can imagine mama , shy and bashful
As she worked up ther courage
to say hey.

Daddy was at home about to re-enlist
I know he was glad he was
or he may have lost out on their first kiss.

The seed of love was sewn that day
and they dated for a while
But her Soldier had to go away

They wrote letters and dated
for a couple years
It was hard to be separated
they felt the pain and shed the tears

Mama's Soldier traveled here
and yonder
It's true the Say'n "Absence makes
the heart grow fonder.

Under the Shade of a ole oak tree
Johnny ask Carolyn
"Will you marry me"?

Mama had the answer yes
in her head

But the words from her lips
were "I'll think about it"
Instead.

So after about a day
Daddy heard the answer soft
And gently in his ear
It was yes the
Answer he , oh so longed to hear

The Were United at St. Johns
Methodist Church and became
as one
After more than a year
of wedded bliss
was then blessed with a son

After such a wonderful blessing
They thought, to have another
Would be so refreshing.

eleven months later the family
tree grew
no with just one boy
but a little girl, which made two

After me they thought
there would be no more
but God is the great scorekeeper
and only he knows the score.

Aprox. 4 years later
Another Blessing came
so sweet and new
Full of spunk and life
was their little baby
they named Debbie Sue

From the seed of love sewn
Love blossomed and flourished
Cultivated with love, prayer, and
understanding it was
so nourished.

Their love together kept our family strong
And mama worked hard at making
our many houses into homes.

God was the first in our family
We had a well defined line between
right and wrong.
Our family tree continued to grow
Beautiful , with great, flowering blossoms
From the seed of love
Once sewn.

 

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© 2009 Joan Elizabeth White
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
September 2009
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