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
This rhyming Christian inspirational poem is filled with God’s bible promises. I looked at my day in the morning And said “Lord, I cannot get through it” “My child,” came the heavenly whisper “My promises will help you do it”
Coming in 2014 The Donkey’s Christmas is written from the perspective of the poor, humble donkey who feels so un-noticed and unloved. It is a 25 minute nativity play written entirely in rhyme and rhythm, making it simple and fun for children to perform. The script: is carried by a rhyming narration and includes lots […]
This 20 minute nativity script is purpose written for a church nativity service with a small cast of young people of reading age ( teenagers especially!) in a church with a fun, family atmosphere (adults are required to join in!) The DIY Nativity Play…… tells the traditional bible based nativity story in a hilarious, lighthearted […]
A Christmas Poem This Christian Christmas poem highlights the reason for the season. Advent: a time for preparing, for Jesus’ arrival is near. Yet, is it His birth we remember: our focus at this time of year? Where does Jesus fit in our advent? Do we even notice he’s there? And as we are […]
This Christian rhyming poem is my personal interpretation of the way Jesus taught us to pray, (The Lord’s Prayer), in accordance with Matthew Chapter 6 verses 9 to 13