To God be the Glory! Publications

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M.J. Reynolds,

"....With men this is
impossible; but with God
all things are possibe."  

-Matthew 19:26, KJV
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Rain Downpour
My Dad Loved
Zippitty Do Da

My Dad loved Zippitty Do Da
He sang it often,
He loved that song,
And the movie it came from,
“Song of the South”
he always sang off key,
but he made us happy,
he made us laugh,
he always told me he
could have made it out
to Hollywood,
we would just laugh,
My Dad was so funny
When he was sick,
I bought him a teddy bear
Named Peter after him,
And the sweet teddy bear
Sang Zippitty Do Da
I’d put him at the foot of the bed,
So he could sing to my Dad,
Even though he was semiconscious
I knew he must have heard the bear singing,
Zippitty Do Da

Celine Rode Mariotti
United States
Rolling Waves

Upon the shore.
So amazing
Who could ask for more?

Crashing, crashing
Against the sand.
As you walk down the beach
With great finds in hand.

Sea shells
On the shore.
Lay there awaiting

Acrobatic sea gulls
Gliding by
In the open sky.

The ocean blue
Just the board
And you.

On vacation
You picked
A great

Margaret Worley
United States