Marilyn Lott

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

Marilyn Lott Poems

41. Early Day Cowgirls 5/14/2007
42. Too Beautiful For Words 5/14/2007
43. It Hurts 5/14/2007
44. Listen To God’s Message 5/14/2007
45. Just Around The Corner 5/14/2007
46. Let The Flowers Bloom 5/14/2007
47. Dirt Road Sunday 5/14/2007
48. Everything Will Be Alright 5/14/2007
49. Gene Autry Oklahoma 5/14/2007
50. Finding Peace Within 5/14/2007
51. My Summer Place 5/14/2007
52. My World 5/14/2007
53. One Day At A Time 5/14/2007
54. Old Barns, Windmills & Country Air 5/14/2007
55. Troubled Times 5/14/2007
56. Keep Our Faith 5/14/2007
57. Lovers And Friends 5/14/2007
58. Nature’s Soft Embrace 5/14/2007
59. Set Aside The Past 5/14/2007
60. Pure Country Life 5/14/2007
61. Smell The Rain 5/14/2007
62. Seven Spanish Angels 5/14/2007
63. Rough And Tumble Boys 5/14/2007
64. My Stout Clothesline 5/14/2007
65. He’s Makin’ Me A Greenhouse 5/14/2007
66. Lost In Pain 5/14/2007
67. Loneliness 5/14/2007
68. Looking Back Again 5/15/2007
69. Gentle Rain 5/15/2007
70. Each Day’s A Challenge 5/15/2007
71. 'Hello, Lord” 5/15/2007
72. Beauty Surrounds Us 5/15/2007
73. Thoughts Of You 5/14/2007
74. Tomorrow... 5/14/2007
75. Take Time 5/15/2007
76. Rambo In The Sunset 5/15/2007
77. Countryside 5/15/2007
78. The Joy Of Bumblebees 5/15/2007
79. Red Dirt Life 5/15/2007
80. Wednesday Morning 5/15/2007
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

A Joyful Country Life

I just love the Yucca plant
With their pale yellow blooms
But they are a little spiky
And need some extra room

They aren’t just looking pretty
Native Americans knew just how
To weave the leaves into baskets
And make soap from the roots somehow

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