Category Archives: Poetry & Stories

 Children Lost

This, a Poem by an unknown Author. Though I have edited a bit, his/her intention I keep. J S Brown — > Twas’ 11 days before Christmas, around 9:38, > when 20 beautiful children stormed through heaven’s gate. > The smiles were contagious, and laughter filled the air, > Unconcerned, with Teachers there… > > […]

 Christmas Poem © Kathy J Parenteau

My mother means the world to me. She is fighting for her life because she has cancer. I wanted to honor her with this poem. She came from poverty beyond what most could imagine. When she was a little girl she wrote a letter to Santa. She didn’t use postage. She just placed it in […]


I wrote this poem in memory of my sister in law, who was lost to cancer a few weeks ago, but I think it is how many of us feel when we lose someone and would like to share it… A light has winked out and left us behind it has gone on now, from […]

 A Poem for Remembrance Day

“The inquisitive mind of a child” Why are they selling poppies, Mummy? Selling poppies in town today. The poppies, child, are flowers of love. For the men who marched away. But why have they chosen a poppy, Mummy? Why not a beautiful rose? Because my child, men fought and died In the fields where the […]

 cleaning poem

The Cleaning Poem I asked the Lord to tell me Why my house is such a mess. He asked if I’d been ‘computering’, And I had to answer ‘yes.’ He told me to get off my butt And tidy up the house. And so I started cleaning up… The smudges off my mouse. I wiped […]


I didn’t write these, but think they’re hilarious so I’m posting them here for everyone to enjoy. TWO-LINE RHYME THE MOST ROMANTIC FIRST LINE, AND THE LEAST ROMANTIC SECOND LINE: My darling, my lover, my beautiful wife: Marrying you has screwed up my life. I see your face when I am dreaming. That’s why I […]


A drunk man in an Oldsmobile They said had run the light That caused the six-car pileup On 109 that night. When broken bodies lay about And blood was everywhere, The sirens screamed out eulogies, For death was in the air. A mother, trapped inside her car, Was heard above the noise; Her plaintive plea […]