Marilyn Lott

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

Marilyn Lott Poems

761. Babe’s Chicken Dinner House 5/19/2008
762. Beauty Of The Red River 5/23/2008
763. Country Stroll 5/23/2008
764. The Cowboy In Him 5/30/2008
765. Peppy The Peacock 6/1/2008
766. The Majestic Buffalo 6/2/2008
767. The World Of John 6/3/2008
768. Tree Survival 6/5/2008
769. Sad Worn Face 6/5/2008
770. Sunsets Of Life 6/6/2008
771. Wrestling Hall Of Fame 6/8/2008
772. Flowers 6/8/2008
773. John’s Caterpillars 6/10/2008
774. Smell Of Coffee & Bacon 6/11/2008
775. Czech Festival On Parade 6/12/2008
776. November Sunrise 6/13/2008
777. It's Hayin' Time 6/14/2008
778. Clydesdale Perfection 6/14/2008
779. Tired Barns And Filling Stations 6/17/2008
780. Flowers Of Distinction 6/18/2008
781. Treasured Photographs 6/19/2008
782. How Things Used To Be 6/20/2008
783. Goodnight Irene 7/13/2008
784. Fair Fun! 8/2/2008
785. Sunday Magic 8/2/2008
786. Hee Haw! 8/3/2008
787. Father’s Day 6/15/2008
788. Fence Posts, Cows & Sunset 8/7/2008
789. A Lovely Trip To Baden 8/11/2008
790. The World Of Windmills 8/13/2008
791. Red, Round & Country 8/17/2008
792. Horse Buddy 8/22/2008
793. Cows Upon A Hill 8/23/2008
794. Don’t Wanna Live Forever 8/23/2008
795. Sunset Of His Years 8/24/2008
796. Saturday Night In Dill City 8/28/2008
797. Red Dirt & Mail Pouch Barns 8/29/2008
798. Travel Mode 8/29/2008
799. Red Hollyhocks 8/30/2008
800. Parade Excitement 9/4/2008
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!

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Porches

I think porches are so fascinating
They come in every size
You can sit upon the porch and read
Become older, yes, but wise.

I love driving across the country
See porches so different everywhere
Some are small with a tiny roof
There isn't much room to spare.

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