Please accept my apologies for the recent difficulties that the site has experienced and the loss of some links and images. I am doing my best to resolve these issues, but I am just one person using my spare time to keep this site running for you, so please bear with me.
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Angela Yardy of Angela's Poems
I have often heard the following questions. In fact I have asked them myself………. What has Easter got to do with me? Why is it relevant? Why did Jesus have to die anyway? This poem is the answer to my own questioning. I hope that it makes Easter more relevant to you too.
This free verse poem is full of word play, metaphors and strong verbs. I usually prefer to write with rhyme and rhythm but this is one of those occasions when I felt that free verse would be better as it gave so much freedom to play with words that have two different meanings.
Christian Poetry This inspirational Christian poem reminds us that we are all precious and loved and, despite what we often tell ourselves, are a beautiful creation. You gave God His own precious moment When He gave you breathe, life and soul. It was your uniqueness in nature And being that made His life […]
This zany poem is full of all my imaginative wonderings about the world and how it was designed, and includes lots of alliteration. Try redesigning the world yourself, and think through all of the consequences; it’s a fun exercise!
Perfect for a mixed age or all school performance, this fun bible based 25 minute nativity play is told…. through a rhyming narration by the innkeeper’s wife with lots of humour, attitude and sarcasm Using her pre-printed ‘diary’ so her story can be told by reading, (NO NEED TO LEARN) Including 24 short rhyming speaking parts (can easily […]