Waiting for love has not been easy. After years and years of waiting the lamp of hope has at times burned very low and a feeling of hopelessness has threatened to take over. Yet there is a part of me that has refused to give up and still clings to the hope that one day … Continue reading Still
It Took Love is a poem of faith inspired by the love of Jesus in being willing to give up all the glory and praise of heaven knowing that he was going to face a thankless mob so that He might save us. As I pondered all that he endured on my behalf, I could … Continue reading It Took Love
Where is the Peace the World Declares Shall Silence the Prophesy of God? By Katherine B. Parilli Where is the era of peace the world speaks so proudly of? I see only violence and despair. Where is the bright healthy future they have ardently promised? Where is the age when poverty shall be wiped clean? … Continue reading Where is the Peace the World Declares Shall Silence the Prophesy of God?
Here is an excerpt from a story in my book School Days: A Collection of Poems and Stories Inspired by School. BEWARE OF THE WRATH OF MEDEIA! Excerpt 1 Hi, my name is Medeia Robertson. Of course, you have probably heard about me on the news or read about me in the newspaper. Funny, a … Continue reading BEWARE OF THE WRATH OF MEDEIA! Excerpt From School Days
Happy Clerihew is a short poem that was inspired by my adorable little puppy Happy. I hope that you enjoy it. And may you have a wonderful 4th of July. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KbmrES_qEM
Learning to walk the narrow path is not an easy task. It means setting aside self and learning to do what Jesus wants even when it requires going the opposite way of my most cherished desires. But as hard a task as it is, and as deep as the struggle is to learn to give … Continue reading Happy Am I
What Am I? By Katherine B. Parilli What am I when nothing I seek to become can I achieve? When I try time after time to touch the stars; So grand and worthy, Yet falter and fail to reach their beauty. How I long to succeed and climb the lofty towering mountains, To overcome … Continue reading What Am I?
I wrote this short acrostic poem as a way to say thank you to my Father for Father's day. I hope that you enjoy this poem, and Happy Father's day everyone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLIlIeIYAJc