Who taught me?


  • Robin
  • Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.

Who taught me?

Who taught me about God and his great love for me?
Who taught me of the cross how he died to set me free?

Who taught me that Gods spirit will teach and guide?
Who taught me it’s a gift that in me it will abide?

Who taught me of Gods word rightly dividing the truth?
Who taught me its value and to never forget its worth?

Who taught me of Gods house of worship and of praise?
Who taught me how important it is to kneel and pray?

Who taught me to be Christ-Like a light unto the world?
Who taught me to show love to every boy and girl?

Who taught me to walk in faith his joy would make me glad?
Who taught me about my God, “Of course, it was my Dad?”

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Whiskers commented on Who taught me?


That was beautifully written. Thank you for honoring your father this way, what a tribute to his guidance.

maryann72961 commented on Who taught me?


You should of gotten a higher rating then what you got. this was a great tribute to your dad

nhorlandi commented on Who taught me?


A good tribute to your dad. Well done.

Poetry is what gets lost in translation.

Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

Robin’s Poems (29)

Title Comments
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I left the world Today 2
The Heart of a Woman 2
Until Its Too Late 17
Better the World Today 5
The Doughnut 13
Will You Marry Me 7
I saw it in her Eyes 7
Waiting by the Phone 0
The Key to my Heart 1
Two Hearts Beat as One 2
Monsters are Real 6
Remember when I am Dead 1
Counting Sheep 3
Angel Food Cake 4
I will always Love You 1
Don't go in the Cellar 1
Hush My Little One 0
Red Mans Heart Bleeds Red 1
You are my Angel 0
Angel's Eye's 0
Wings of Love 0
Red Man “A Dying Breed” 4
Listen To My Heart 1
Your Picture 1
I'm Just Love Sick 2
"You Are" 3
My Secret Place 5
The Little Arguments 0
Who taught me? 3