Marilyn Lott

Silver Star - 4,480 Points (5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Marilyn Lott Poems

1. Where Did Winter Go? -new- 9/26/2016
2. Islands Of Flowers 8/23/2014
3. We Are Like Flowers 9/27/2014
4. Country Memories 10/7/2014
5. A Cow Visit 11/19/2014
6. A Perfect Halloween Party 12/13/2014
7. A Hero Gathering 12/13/2014
8. Christmas Parties 12/20/2014
9. Yesterday's Snow 12/20/2014
10. A Sky Of Promise 1/12/2015
11. Christmas Shopping 11/29/2013
12. Abandoned House In Wyoming 1/13/2015
13. God's Amazing Sunrise 1/18/2015
14. Campground Fun 1/20/2015
15. Chicken 'N Dumplings 3/27/2015
16. The Man That Is My Dad 6/21/2015
17. Miracle 6/24/2015
18. God's Cloud Designs 7/21/2015
19. Qualms Of Life 7/25/2015
20. Henry The Pecan Tree 8/10/2015
21. Family 8/10/2015
22. Just A Little Seed 9/5/2015
23. For You, Dad On Your 99th Birthday 9/12/2015
24. The Pink Toothbrush 9/12/2015
25. Autumn's Child 9/26/2015
26. Happy Birthday, Rod 10/3/2015
27. The Joy Of Autumn 10/26/2015
28. Simply Country 11/1/2015
29. Little Girl Learning About Books 11/3/2015
30. Is It Nature Or Is It God? 11/3/2015
31. The Chicken House 11/10/2015
32. Lord Help Us! 11/15/2015
33. Sweet Little Icy Bird 11/30/2015
34. An Angel On A Horse 12/3/2015
35. Babies At Christmas 12/7/2015
36. Old-Fashioned Christmas 12/11/2015
37. The Sights And Sounds Of Christmas 12/15/2015
38. Those Magical Snow Days 12/27/2015
39. Anxious For Spring 12/29/2015
40. Footbridge In The Forest 1/13/2016
Best Poem of Marilyn Lott

Spring Break

The lazy time of spring break
Is here and just in time
Kids and teachers alike
Are more than ready, I find

Relaxing by the water’s edge
Perhaps a waterfall
Dreamy time to ponder
Time to just plain stall

Girls so cute and lovable
With happy spring break smiles
Perhaps a little flirting too
After all, it is a pretty girl’s style

Parks are filled with lush plants
And perhaps you’ll find as well
A menagerie of lovely birds
With spring break stories to tell

Yes, a special time of year comes
When there is a pause to take
A ...

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A Common Man

He works so hard every day
Doing pretty much what he’s told
The days slowly turn into years
As his life carefully unfolds

He sweats and agonizes and toils
To put food on the table each day
Keeping family fed and clothed
And he does it his own unique way

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