Back to the Garden

INTRO: The Story of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the world, has come full circle. It began in the Garden of Eden and will end in God's new garden. This Feature Image is the same one I used in The Christmas Story in the Garden of Eden Part 1. My interpretation of this image is... Continue Reading →

The Mud Puddle on Memory Lane

Forgiveness is getting up and walking away From sitting in the mud puddle on memory lane Sitting in the pain, conversations and actions Of past events and attached emotions. A verse from my poem 'Choose to Forgive'. Beverley Joy of Simply Story Poetry You can BUY my poems and verses at beverleyjoy.redbubble.com

Precious Sleep

Sleep, precious sleep I need you, my body aches for you Why do you punish me so? Why cause me such pain? A verse from my poem 'The Love of Sleep' Beverley Joy of Simply Story Poetry You can BUY my poems and verses at beverleyjoy.redbubble.com Image by Enrique Meseguer from Pixabay

Gracious Sleep

Sleep, gracious sleep I'm sorry for abusing you By abusing my boy and time Lacking respect for what you need Drowning you with chemicals. A verse from my poem 'The Love of Sleep' Beverley Joy of Simply Story Poetry You can BUY my poems and verses at beverleyjoy.redbubble.com Image by Leandro De Carvalho from Pixabay

Elusive Sleep

Sleep, elusive sleep Where are you when I need you? You play a cruel game of 'hide and seek' I cannot find you in the dark. A verse from my poem 'The Love of Sleep'. Beverley Joy of Simply Story Poetry You can BUY my poems and verses at beverleyjoy.redbubble.com Image by Ajay Kumar Singh... Continue Reading →

Walking with Our Heavenly Father

This Christian poem compares our spiritual walk through our life as a child of God, to a physical walk of a child with a father. Beverley Joy PODCAST - Walking with Our Heavenly Father When we learn to walk, as infant babes Our instincts teach us to stay away From obstacles that trip and bump... Continue Reading →

God Knows Firsthand Your Pain

INTRO: I wrote this poem following the death of my nephew as a young adult by suicide. I witnessed the agonizing pain and unanswered questions that my brother, his wife and their family had to process over the following years. The overwhelming guilt and shame that follows a suicide are horrific, on top of the... Continue Reading →

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