To God be the Glory! Publications

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TGBTG Publications.
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M.J. Reynolds,
Owner/Editor

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

-Matthew 19:26, KJV
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To God be the Glory! Publications Praises God For Each Of You For Sharing Your Gifts With This Ministry!  Thank You.
Poetry for this site was created for writers to share poems longer than 20 lines (and some smaller ones on occasion).  
Poems for this site are published monthly.

The line limit for
Creative Inspirations Email Poetry Publication is 20 lines.  
(Please see the Poetry and Subscription Link).  

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and
TGBTG Publications.
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Now Playing:

Amazon Rain Forest
Old Wagons

Hidden
By the woods and hill.
Standing
Still.

Making no sound
Lingering
There on the ground
Hoping to be found.

In time passed
Old roads
Carried
Wagon loads.

From dawn
To
Dusk
Wheels turned.

Traveling
Slow
Through
Storms and strong winds blow.

Long
Gone
But I can still hear
Their joyous song.

Over wooden bridges
That shakes
Like far off thunder
Quakes.

-
Margaret Worley
United States