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My Church

There are so many churches
With many different names
They're everywhere in all the world
And they look all the same

What makes my church so special
It's the warmth and welcome there
One feels like he is finally home
Because of all the care

The people there embrace you
And there is so much love
My church got many blessings
Raining from above

It has the,"First Presbyterian" name
There you will find your brother
We are all a happy family
A sister,father or a mother

Our minister, so very young
p*ss really Heaven sent
We all do love him very much
He is the people's friend

With Jesus in the very midst
We are there to worship God
My church is oh so precious
And we love our church a lot.
  Elisabeth Clark Harcrow

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Submitted on August 19, 2017

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My wife Elisabeth does not do computers. The poems were written by her. The reviews are hers too. She is very much alive and writing poetry everyday. I do not write these poems I only enter them into the computer. . more…

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