Carol A. Andrews

Carol A. Andrews

About Carol A. Andrews

I love reading other people’s poems especially when I feel connected with the writer. It is really good to see young people enjoying poetry. There would be less madness in this world if more people could express how they feel in a safe place. This looks like a safe place to me after having read some poetry submissions and comments.
I’m 68 and have dabbled in rhymes since I was a teenager. Often writing humorous longer poems for friends birthdays. I get a laugh sometimes.
Writing poetry helps me. It helps me get my thinking right and helps me come to terms with difficult life situations. Sometimes happy, sometimes sad, sometimes just off the spectrum of reason. I’m hoping for responses from others to affirm my words and let me know I’m not going crazy ( or perhaps I am). Sorry I don’t mean to sound arrogant or stuffy..
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    Poems by Carol A. Andrews

  • Angels Of Hope

    I wrote this short poem for a poet friend of mine who was going through a sad time, in the hope she would find some comfort in knowing that there were people around her who cared.

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    • Posted on 02/02/24

    in Inspirational Friend Poems

    Today was born into a damp mist
    That beckoned her down to the river.
    The sun struggled it's best to break through the haze;
    A wind blew a spine tingling shiver.

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  • The Other Side Of Easter

    • Published: April 2022

    in Easter Poems

    You can look, but you won't find me
    Once where I used to be.
    You may call, but I won't hear you,
    For another called to me.


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  • Prayer For The Morning

    • Published: May 2021

    in Prayer Poems

    My Heavenly Father,
    How wondrous are Your ways.
    As this new day is dawning
    My soul will sing Your praise.


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    As I read this poem, I could feel my heart opening up and allowing prayer in. One verse of the poem reminded me of a specific chapter and verse in the Bible; however, I cannot recall which...

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  • Nothing Stays The Same

    • Published: February 2021

    in Moving On Poems

    The earth spins like a rolling ball.
    Stars shine bright then fade away.
    Darkness melts and turns to light.
    The sunrise starts another day.


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  • Til Now

    • Published: April 2020

    in Faith Poems

    I stand in a stream of madness
    And take a moment to still my fears.
    In the aisles of dreams and sadness,
    You were there throughout the years.


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  • Carol A. Andrews, Australia
  • 2 years ago

Liz, thank you for your kind comments. I am truly blessed. Proverbs 18:10: "The name of the Lord is a strong tower; The righteous run to it and are safe" is my inspiration for this verse.
May God bless you and those you love,

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