Poetry from Joan Beebe

UNIVERSAL ONENESS
When one thinks of the Universe,
It seems to be a vast ocean of time and space.
A nothingness that is an entity having no effect
On we humans living on our own planet Earth.
But as we live our own lives, there is something
Of which we may not be aware.
That is the Oneness that binds we humans together.
Whether we live in different countries and have
Different cultures, still there is an unknown fact
To many of mankind – and that is – the way we think
About ourselves and others.
This is the motivating thoughts that emanate from our minds.
This is the way we perceive others, taking care of ourselves and family,
Interactions with many people and think day to day of our responsibilities.
Man was given that great gift of thought and it is that gift that brings
 a “Universal Oneness.”

THINKING OF KYLE
 
TODAY I SEE YOU IN YOUR
UNIFORM SO PROUD
BUT THEN IT CHANGES
TO A FLYER’S GEAR
AND MISSING YOU,
WE SHED A TEAR.
OUR PRAYERS GO UP
TO THE LORD ABOVE
KEEP KYLE SAFE AND KNOW
HE IS LOVED.
YOUR PRECISION IS GOOD
AND YOUR MIND IS TOO,
THINKING OF ALL YOU HAVE TO DO.
IN A LITTLE CORNER OF YOUR PLANE
OUR SPIRITS ARE WITH YOU
AND HELPING YOU THROUGH
THE LONG DAYS THAT ARE HARD
AND SOME NIGHTS TOO,
REMEMBER GOD IS YOUR CO-PILOT
AND HE WILL GIVE YOU REST WHEN
THE LONG DAYS ARE FEW.
The Guardian of the Tabernacle
 
 
 
Have you ever seen a little church mouse?
 
Well, I have and it was such a surprise.
 
To see him scurrying in a most determined way.
 
His purpose was clear, to guard God’s little house,
 
He was there at the entrance as a soldier of Christ
 
And he checked all places and he did it twice.
 
He stood his guard all day and all night,
 
Ad would only stop for a moment
 
At day’s first light
 
This tiny mouse was happy and content,
 
Because he was serving God in his own little way
 
And God told him, I love you, please stay.

4 thoughts on “Poetry from Joan Beebe”

  1. Joan, I found all your prices touching and full of thought. Your writing contains a understanding of life and connections with your surroundings of things that touches us all.

  2. Hi Winter.
    Thank you so much for visiting my poetry page. And thank you for your compliment. It means a lot to me. Try visiting some of the other months in the archives.
    Joan

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