Here's a poem that I wrote today that I hope you will be blessed from reading. I wrote it for the mothers and wives who visit my website, to those ladies who are loyal to your husbands and children...
Thank God for mothers in the home,
who have inspired me to write this poem.
May God bless her day-by-day,
as she looketh well to her family's way.
Thank God for mothers who faithful stay,
guiding her family in every way.
Blessed are mothers who will never have fame,
but her children will not bring her to shame.
Early and often doth she arise,
because in the Lord she is wise.
Never a provision doth her family lack,
because with her hands she is not slack.
Her husband doth safely trust in his wife,
for he knows she will not cause him strife.
Away from her duties she will never roam,
for she doth know that her place is in the home.
David J. Stewart, Jesus-is-saviour 92 Comments
[5/15/2012 3:25:57 AM]
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Submitted By: JohnTheAtheist
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Your poetry is vogonic. Seriously, stop that shit.
5/17/2012 1:45:23 AM
Thats not poetry.
THIS IS POETRY!
I thank you.
5/17/2012 1:51:50 AM
Don't quit your day job, Dave...whatever the heck it is....
5/17/2012 8:06:01 PM
5/17/2012 8:12:56 PM
What if the woman is single? How is the "stay at home mum" supposed to provide for her family then?
5/19/2012 7:59:47 PM
fuck you, David J. Stewart.
5/19/2012 10:47:30 PM
You write with a lisp, David?
5/21/2012 6:43:45 AM
Filin De Blanc
I wonder if mother issues are actually what lies at the heart of Stewart's hatred of women.
5/21/2012 7:05:33 AM
David J. Stewart
On his tropical isle tod,
Nonces for the Lord.
Haiku beats tl;dr. Even ones correct by traditionalists' standards (inclusion of a particular season in such).
5/21/2012 7:31:20 AM
He's not "single." His archives show where he's referenced his wife and children. A couple years ago he posted that his wife left him, then removed it a few days later. Not surprised by that, though, considering he's such a big hypocrite.
5/22/2012 11:55:15 PM
"A couple years ago he posted that his wife left him, then removed it a few days later"
And as this
shows, he's no stranger to doing so.
And in doing so, was the best decision said former spouse had made; indeed, considering what he's (In)famous for now, is probably the reason why she left him; especially for the sake, nay, safety, of said children.
No wonder he - along with the other myriad & innumerable things - hates CPS.
...oh, and it seems someone's done a parody version of DJS's site.
Check it out for great lulz. >:D
7/5/2012 5:16:24 AM
Some keep the Sabbath by staying home
Modern science treats "faith" as any other concept, relies on the scientific instruments to verify the premises and the consequences. However, the "faith" is not an invention and "microscopes" are not more prudent than the naked eye. The learned "Gentlemen" do not see more than a child in this regard.
Science is in the dominion of man. As scientists, we each explore our own little corner of the universe, try to understand it better and explain our understanding to others. The universe itself is in the dominion of God. Recently in mass media there are a number of reports about the edge of the universe. It is very likely that these so called scientific discoveries will be modified a number of times before the truth is revealed. We as humans are very ill-equipped to deal with the universe as a whole. Science has brought many incredible inventions to enhance all our lives. However, it has also brought us tremendous tragedies. Here lays another domain of God -- the morality. When I start to talk about God and faith with my scientist friends, one very common reaction is "show me the existence of God." Science can not determine the existence of God, because scientific knowledge is only a small part of the university.
Here is another poem of Emily Dickinson which is given a title of "The Saints' Rest" by Thomas Higginson,
Of tribulation, these are they,
Denoted by the white;
The spangled gowns, a lesser rank
Of victors designate.
All these did conquer; but the ones
Who overcome most times,
Wear nothing commoner than snow,
No ornaments but palms.
"Surrender" is a sort unknown
On this superior soil;
"Defeat" an outgrown anguish,
Remembered as the mile
Our painting ankle barely passed
When night devoured the road;
But we stood whispering in the house,
And all we said, was "Saved!" - Emily Dickinson
Science is a fine invention!
This poem like the first one about "faith" both bring to mind of child's play. Many places in the Bible, Jesus spoke of entering the house of the Lord as a child. Like a child who does not doubt, we should expunge all the doubts about God. Only than, can we enter the house of Lord and whisper "Saved!"
9/4/2012 12:58:23 PM
I can usually do without emoticons, but a vomiting smiley would go down well here.
Even the sort of "poetry" which starts like this...
There was a young lady of Tralee
Who desperately needed to pee
...is an improvement.
9/5/2012 3:16:21 AM
Eyes on fire, Eyes on fire and they burn from all the tears
Not that bad of a poem. However Emily Dickinson is amazing at writing poetry...
Some keep the Sabbath going to Church – (236)
Some keep the Sabbath going to Church –
I keep it, staying at Home –
With a Bobolink for a Chorister –
And an Orchard, for a Dome –
Some keep the Sabbath in Surplice –
I, just wear my Wings –
And instead of tolling the Bell, for Church,
Our little Sexton – sings.
God preaches, a noted Clergyman –
And the sermon is never long,
So instead of getting to Heaven, at last –
I’m going, all along.
Ahh Emily Dickinson exposes the self righteous. Isn't that lovely? Just because someone goes to church, it doesn't make them "better" or "saved"
9/5/2012 4:07:31 PM
I don't often say this- or at least I didn't before I started coming on this site- but some people seriously need to get kneecapped with a weed-eater.
12/12/2012 3:44:36 AM
I have a beautiful wife
Who hasn't ever had cosmetic sugery
Her beauty comes from the insides of her mind
Not if her bosom looks large and wild
I usually watch with her romantic movies
As we sometimes also play Gears of War
She might have a middle-end job - Blame patriarchal society -
But I'd prefer her over any movie star
When she's away I'm no couch potato
I clean the house and keep it tidy
If the load's for only me too heavy
She helps with things if she's not stressed
Yes we get into clashes of interest
But tell me a couple who does not?
If I am wrong, I'll accept it
And she'll give me reason when she's wrong
But sometimes, sometimes nobody's got the solution.
We'd friendly call it a draw.
Our differences make us a stronger couple than any others.
As if we where the same, we'd get really bored.
Note: I don't really have a girlfriend...
1/9/2013 10:21:46 PM
That's a no. The kitchen and the home is a good place to be, but not 24/7.
4/1/2013 5:11:40 PM
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