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.
Ultimately, time allowing, I hope to have a more complete, improved site by the end of 2015, so PLEASE BEAR WITH ME.
In the meantime, if there is a particular page, topic or poem that you have lost access to and need, please email me at email@example.com and I shall be happy to prioritise that part of the site and email you when it's ready for full use again.
Many thanks to all of those who have encouraged me to continue building this site over the past 4 or 5 years. I promise to persevere.
THANKYOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AND SUPPORT
Angela Yardy of Angela's Poems
Christian Poetry This is another of my Christian encouragement poems, exploring the question “Who am I?” and recognising the unique value of every individual. Today I met a stranger. That stranger asked my name. I introduced myself to her and then she did the same. But does my name say anything about the person… […]
This Christian inspirational poem is available as a beautiful pastoral card and is a reassuring encouragement to those facing a difficult decision or future. Don’t worry about your tomorrows, God’s holding them all in His hand; You don’t need to know where they’re leading, God’s purpose is perfectly planned.
Inspirational Poem This inspirational metaphor poem is another example of figurative language, with occasional use of alliteration. Guard your heart always, for there you will find That delicate feelings and thoughts are entwined. Each must be tended and nurtured and fed Or weeds can develop and grow there instead.
Christian Poetry A Christian poem relating the Christian journey to a labyrinth. I started a labyrinth journey The day when I noticed my God. I watched other Christians first though, And at times their behaviour was odd.
An Inspirational Poem This inspirational poem emphasises that what matters is not how things look, but how you look at things! I found a hillside all alone and wanted to befriend it. I felt its heart was broken, and I could help to mend it. So as it broke its silence and it […]