God's Tears, God's Joys

God's Tears, God's Joys

by Crystal Ray West

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Overview

Inspired poetry of humor, heart to heart feelings are revealed for all ages. It's showing God's thoughts and wisdom so you can experience the amazing and abundant life.
It's mostly true experiences that motivated these poems. Also, a simple song to play has been included that assures you of God's compassion, love, and salvation. A child can play with one finger or add the chords and rhythm section on a keyboard to create your own style. The words are a blessing to anyone and never change.
Hugs was from our Down syndrome daughter's memorial, our precious Robin.
In A Dither Over Liver depicts our youngest daughter, Eva, who is a hilarious nut.
The Power of a Pat was inspired by our middle daughter, Shari, who is so sensitive and such a lover of pets.
The Girls on the Porch is my a.m. coffee chitchat with friends.
My dearest friend Sue calls me Willamena Mildew, thus the poem Another Willa.
My hope is these poems will relate to the reader's experience in their own life and recall precious memories. Making life meaningful, as well as fun, is my prayer and desire. Having a grateful heart and alive with feelings, tears, and joys brings out our best!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161331392
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc
Publication date: 08/12/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 584 KB

About the Author

Crystal Ray Bacon was born during the Depression and went to a girls boarding school in Los Angeles, California. Married to her husband, Don West, now sixty-two years, they had three daughters. The firstborn was Robin, a Down syndrome child, then Shari, and the youngest is Eva.
As Crystal’s mother was slipping away during her childbirth to Crystal, she told her husband, “I see a crystal ray of light. Call the baby Crystal Ray.” Crystal’s father, Arthur N. Bacon, took on the role of both parents, read her first story of The Three Little Kittens that Lost their Mittens, and included poetry, also.
As Crystal grew in time and rhyme, she felt inspired by God to share his will and thoughts in verse, and now enjoying retirement with Don on Bull Shoals Lake in the Ozarks.

Painting hanging on the wall is titled Sweet Dreams, an angel kissing a young child.

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