New resident Prince B's Words to a friend
is a welcome addition!
Mikael Roen donated A Poet's Tears
to our site!
- Check out lurker Debbie Campbell's Red Beets Blue Beets (a must see for any picky eaters!
- The reunion was a success!
Noone seemed disappointed in meeting their email
friends; some for the first time, some not. Don't miss out on meeting your online friends whenever the chance arises. While this medium has brought us together,
it is the touch of a hand, the warmth of a hug that can sustain even the bleakest of days...
- The Last are
words sent to us by a sad soul
- Keys Are Where You Find Them is yet another creation from Rick Dreher!
- Keith Thomas takes us on a visual delight of the beaches in Australia :-)
- Writings On The Wall was a result of asking others
about the kindness of strangers!
- Golden Child is Linda Pfeiffer's poem from her heart. She has
been through hell and back, and yet still tries to help others.
- It is very rare that we hear from lurkers who stop here and take a peak. When we do,
we are always enriched. Rick Dreher is a perfect example. Take a look into
Rick's world, and you'll see why we're so grateful when our
- Last year, before moving to Florida, I took a 7000 mile journey .
- Betsy Jenkin's Poetry is heartwarming as she shows you into an elite world
that you would never want to be a part of-- and yet, I too am a member of. The world of losing a child.
- Susan Stachelski's Poetry Susan is one of our resident poets. Her poetry
touches the core of your heart. She gave this one as a gift to Agapé.
- A SPECIAL GIFT TO BOB SHARKEY (who was that masked spammer?)
- Steve Mullane wrote a poem to his daughter who just turned 18. It's fun, poignant and oh-so Stevish! This UK DJ knows how to weave his words!
Press here for Steve Mullane's POEM
- Many of you know that I lost a daughter some 16 years ago. I have written this post to Agaper's in an email a long time ago and have since shared this with my children. Catherine felt it would be nice to recognize her twin by posting
that email here. Two Become One is the result. Keep in mind that I was 20 at the time, much too young to lose a part of me.
- Catherine Smith, my daughter, wanted to contribute something to our website and wrote Old Woman for you.