History Telling


Lost sheep, Prodigal son

Workers in the vineyard, Rich man

Shrewd manager, Good Samaritan

Some of the parables told to men.


Profound and divine truths

Told in parables by Jesus

A lesson for willing ears

A blessing for open hearts.


For Jingle Poetry in History and stories.


For us. We have the opportunity to make good marks.

Each moment I breath

History is being made

What then shall I leave?

For pondering.



28 Responses to “History Telling”

  1. I especially like your haiku.

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Thank you. You are part of my history — I learned of limericks from you.

      I may have not yet learned it real well
      But I’m enjoying mademoiselle
      It is so much fun
      Coming up with one
      I can hear the jingle of the bell

  2. swanrose Says:

    very pretty…

  3. Jingle Says:

    insightful history notes.

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. Debbie Says:

    This is so precious, sweet Rea. Thank you. You always manage to write something dear on my mind and heart and now I’m in tears, not fully knowing why, but thankful.
    love you!

  5. oh, sleep well. Very nice. You write very well. Good job,

  6. Lyn Says:

    Never ending parables..beautiful way to learn the truth…

  7. Ann Says:

    Thank you, Princess 🙂

    This is nice!

    So far you`ve left me much to chew on. Praying you will always share the beauty of who He is with those you meet.


  8. Kim Nelson Says:

    This is a lovely, concise retelling of what many of us know. Well done.

    • bendedspoon Says:

      Thank you for appreciating Kim. Parables were told for easier understanding but it’s not really on how much we know but how much we are moved. Hugggs 🙂

  9. Seabell Says:

    Hopefully, good things to be remembered… Really nice thoughts!

  10. A nice slice into history telling. For the Bible is a great work of history

  11. What a lovely read, and the Haiku was beautiful too.

  12. Beautiful words! Awesomely said!

  13. This was just wonderful, and I loved the video!

    Thank you. 🙂


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