Marilyn Lott

Gold Star - 7,000 Points (5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Marilyn Lott Poems

641. Red Dirt Country 11/18/2007
642. Red Dirt Forever! 11/18/2007
643. Red Dirt Foss 11/18/2007
644. Red Dirt Hill 11/18/2007
645. Red Dirt Mountain 11/18/2007
646. Red Dirt Pond 11/18/2007
647. Red Dirt Ride 11/18/2007
648. Red Earth Celebration 11/18/2007
649. Red Earth Festival 11/18/2007
650. Red Earth Parade 11/18/2007
651. Red Earth Power 11/18/2007
652. Red Hat From Red Rock 11/18/2007
653. Reed Ranch Visit 11/18/2007
654. Relatives To Visit 11/18/2007
655. Remembering Foss 11/18/2007
656. Remembering Grandpa’s Barn 11/18/2007
657. Remembering Peoria 11/18/2007
658. Remembering Silverton 11/18/2007
659. Remembering St. Lewis 11/18/2007
660. Robert And John 11/18/2007
661. Rock Mary Story 11/18/2007
662. Rough & Tough Women 11/18/2007
663. Saying Goodbye To Charlie 11/18/2007
664. Scrumptious Pancakes 11/18/2007
665. Scotland Where I Can Roam 11/18/2007
666. Searching For Rosa Rio 11/18/2007
667. Delightful Ralph 11/18/2007
668. Seeped With Dark History 11/18/2007
669. Signs Of Christmas 11/18/2007
670. I Love The Rain 11/18/2007
671. Snow Days 11/18/2007
672. Snow On My Nose 11/18/2007
673. Snowy Afternoon 11/18/2007
674. So Beautiful With Color 11/19/2007
675. Rudolph Came To Yukon 11/18/2007
676. Rudolph Up In Lights 11/18/2007
677. Russian Stamp Collecting 11/18/2007
678. Sad Times 11/18/2007
679. Sam Nobel Museum 11/18/2007
680. Field’s Pie Factory 11/19/2007
Best Poem of Marilyn Lott

A Child’s Mind

The world is wide with wonder
For everything is new
A child’s mind is like a sponge
Or like a flower sipping morning dew

I love to watch them question
Every single thing
You never know what is next
And what each day will bring

Perhaps we too should open
Our minds deliciously
And see the world as a child does
How exciting life would be!

Read the full of A Child’s Mind

The Amazing Yellow Daisy

I love to see the yellow flowers
As I travel to different states
It’s a very prolific plant
With all the appearances it makes

It seems to blend in nicely
With other wild flowers around
Although not so very pretty
When it lives in parched ground

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