Spring comes early,
when you live on a farm.
There's new born life,
and sounds in the barn.
Debra L Brown
About Debra L Brown
History and genealogy are two subjects that I enjoy reading about.
In the early 2000s, I began writing poetry and was urged by my church's pastor
to create a poem to recite on Sunday nights.
In high school, I became interested in poetry.
When I read Elizabeth Barrett Browning's poem "How Do I Love Thee?"
This poem had a significant impact on me.
and it is one of my favorite poems. I also have a special love for classic poets and poetry
When a tiny child reads aloud one of my poems, it is a true blessing.
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It is a very interesting poem, which takes me back to my childhood in which we, the children, sang the nursery rhyme, "There was a farmer who had a dog and Bingo was his name-o."
When we think about the birth
of this great nation,
Congress declared July the 4th 1776
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I enjoyed reading about the history in your poem (such a refresher course). We should never forget these great men who gave their lives for our country.
This is to all the great Master Poets of art,
Having the skills, the words, and the smarts.
Emotions you've captured, the thoughts you provoked.
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Thank you, Richard, for taking the time out to comment on my poem. I'm glad you enjoyed it. "How do I love thee?" is my favorite poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. I have enjoyed it for...
I sent a rose to you today.
I hope you didn't mind.
I left it with the Archangel
who was standing just outside.Featured Shared Story
I was brought to tears when I read your story. I'm so sorry for your loss. I was blessed and honored you chose to read my poem to your wife. I always ask God for the words to say and...
Poems by Debra L Brown
I always enjoy reading and learning about different poetry styles. Thanks for being a great teacher. The poem was excellent. Best wishes.
I enjoyed your poem. I certainly know where you're coming from. When it comes to tech, I'm not tech-savvy either. It seems like every time you get things down pat, they change the whole program. You have to learn all over again. It drives me crazy sometimes.
Thanks for a well written poem - Debra Brown
I enjoyed your poem. Such lovely words. I have often asked the very same question, "What is heaven like?" Thank you for such a beautiful Father's Day poem. - God Bless-
Thank you, Passion; you are so sweet and have such kind words. I can't take all of the credit; God has blessed me with this gift "of words."
-Blessings to you, my friend
Thank you, Richard, for taking the time out to comment on my poem. I'm glad you enjoyed it. "How do I love thee?" is my favorite poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. I have enjoyed it for many years.
-Blessing to you