Mary Hood

Dec 10, 2021

A Christmas poem of hope

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Cobweb clings to the corner
Intricate design
Woven in silence
Now abandoned to dust
Who graced her company?
One came for dinner
Another for dessert
How often I think I’m the only one in the room
Who will clean up the mess

Hope whispers a memory
Intricate design
400 years silence
Broken by…

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Oct 6, 2021

A Poem

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No praise will pass these lips again
In exultation of mere mortal men
Who long since now be ash and dust
Wanton fragrance of lingering lust
Though feats of valor I’ll never despise
(My failed attempts much more denied)

But praise I will to Him whose breath
Envelops every life and…

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Aug 20, 2021

A poem

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If hope is a thing with feathers
How sad I have none to grow

If hope is just a heartache
It’s a pain I often know

If hope is merely a meme
It may reach only my eyes and ears

If hope is contagious
I have to be within its…

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Mary Hood

Mary Hood

Born twice, I die daily. Serious about Jesus. What I write you may not want to read. Okay. I write what I believe and what I learn from others, just like you.