Life From A Park Bench is my poetry blog which reflects my observations and feelings about the world around me. Most of these poems are there to capture moments that spark my imagination. They are there as free thinking and thought provoking works and sometimes they are written from a variety of perspectives.

Please enjoy the poems Β and let your mind ponder as you sit and look at Life From A Park Bench and –

Talk of poems and prayers and promises
And things that we believe in
How sweet it is to love someone
How right it is to care
How long it’s been since yesterday
And what about tomorrow
And what about our dreams
And all the memories we share

John Denver


7 Responses to About

  1. Starralee says:

    A “grace” Christian–yaaaayyy, me too! I’ll check out your other blog. I’m so curious about the tagline here–what does it mean, I wonder? “Page with a crossed out name”. If it’s too personal, you don’t have to reply–I’ll understand.

    • Starralee says:

      Just stopped by to let you know that I received notice of your interest in my blog, currently in Private status. At present, I’m not posting–nor reading blogs–but if I return (or open a new blog), I will not forget your interest. Thank you, God bless.

      • alan1704 says:

        Please feel free to drop by anytime and make any comments you want. Grace is unconditional a never ending waterfall of bountiful goodness that flows from the cross. We are engraved on the scars of His hands, even when we feel like a crossed out name. Be blessed.

      • Starralee says:

        Your words are a balm today–thank you so much.

  2. C.C. says:

    The world needs more grace. Thank you for sharing yours πŸ™‚

  3. Sherry Marr says:

    Alan, would you please email me at wildwoman2@shaw.ca ? I have something to ask you.

  4. TheRaven6825 says:

    Alan – your poems are so beautiful. I nominated you for the Liebster Blog award. Wishing you the best. πŸ™‚


Thank you for reading my poems. Please don't feel you have to comment. I enjoyed writing them, I hope you enjoyed reading them, Be blessed.

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