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 Provision cherryk        (More) 5/22/2016
 Psalm 18:28-30 Robert Corey        (More) 5/19/2016
 One over on Casanova hollydar        (More) 5/19/2016
 The Dance tony parsons        (More) 5/18/2016
 Hammered tony parsons        (More) 11/20/2015
 Mellowed - The Commuter tony parsons        (More) 11/18/2015
 Miami tony parsons        (More) 11/12/2015
 Limericks TagTina456        (More) 1/7/2015
 BATMAN AND ROBIN ( Limerick) ladydp2000        (More) 9/17/2014
 CERTAIN ACTRESS ( Limerick) ladydp2000        (More) 9/17/2014
 Poodle or Pasta cherryk        (More) 7/26/2014
 Ho-Hum! cherryk        (More) 7/21/2014
 you SuperSlimJim        (More) 5/24/2014
 THE WITCH hollydar        (More) 2/11/2014
 Some Silliness Rose Marie Streeter        (More) 1/30/2014
 Polygon of Limericks... XRifles        (More) 1/30/2014
 ELIZA ANN hollydar        (More) 1/30/2014
 My Pal Al cherryk        (More) 1/29/2014
 AFTER HER DEMISE malinikadir        (More) 9/12/2013
 NEWLY WED? malinikadir        (More) 9/11/2013
 Vader Limerick Mariemuses        (More) 5/12/2013
 delete delete        (More) 10/27/2012
 Return -repost- panther811        (More) 10/7/2012
 America's Darling cherryk        (More) 9/15/2012
 Track and Pain Milo Da Solo        (More) 8/23/2012
 delete delete        (More) 7/16/2012
 delete delete        (More) 6/28/2012
 delete delete        (More) 6/24/2012
 delete delete        (More) 6/19/2012
 Strange People Rita        (More) 5/19/2012

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Joe, a cow-cocky, broke and frustrated,
in the front of his bank, sat and waited,
battered hat in his hand,
dry and scarred by the land.
When they paged him, he half hesitated.

He emerged, cowed and broken much later,
she'd been brutal. He tried not to hate her.
With finances in tatters
he remembered what matters,
tossed up on which thirst was the greater.

Would he seek solace first at the bar,
but no...the drive home was so far.
To the old church he turned,
knowing he'd not be spurned,
for that's where God's followers are.

In the car park he saw Pastor Wayne
who asked did he still have that pain.
It came as a shock
when Joe really took stock,
since they'd prayed he'd not felt it again.

Over coffee the young pastor said
they would help Joe to kit out his shed.
The whole congregation
worked on his situation
and he'd rent it for income instead.

Consider the lilies, don't fret,
God provides a security net.
There are blessings indeed
when we struggle in need.
He's the best Mate a feller could get.

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