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Poems by Robert Deimel

poem count: 19 | pages: 3 | second place: 3 times | finalist: 6 times
The Gift
I thought of all the good times I missed in past Christmases. Then, I considered the real meaning of Christmas and realized that I am supremely blessed.

I Threw a Coin Into the Sea second in poetry contest
A man walks along the beach and throws a coin into the sea. He thinks of the value of that coin, and then considers that, save for grace, he has no more value than that coin.

Please Lord Jesus Take Command
This is my attempt to write a prayer for people to use when they need Christ to firmly guide them in a difficult situation. I hope that this poem would provide people the words that they need when they speak to Christ.

What I Could Do When I Grow Up
A young girl considers what she might become when she grows up. It is meant to empower and inspire young people, and encourage them to think of exciting and interesting possibilities for themselves in our God-created universe.

I've Sometimes Wondered Why
A child looks at the animal world and asks questions. She wonders about some of the things she sees which don't seem to make sense. And then she concludes with a very astute conclusion for a child!

Considering the Birds
A child observes birds and how they act, and wonders why. She concludes with her realization that nature is amazing, and identifies its amazing source.

Things That I Don't Like finalist in poetry contest
A boy talks about the things which are aggravating to him. But in the end he makes it clear what's really important.

Reaching Out
It is so important to maintain our friendships, and to nurture them. And we must continue to nurture them, lest they may atrophy.

Be Careful finalist in poetry contest
This is a poem about the masks we wear -- those which help to keep us safe from Corona Virus and also all the other masks we wear which separate us from other people.