Marilyn Lott

Gold Star - 7,943 Points (5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Marilyn Lott Poems

121. A Stroll Through The Field 5/19/2007
122. A Trip To Tiger Mountain 5/19/2007
123. A Wet Weather Day 5/19/2007
124. A Wintry Dream 5/19/2007
125. A Wintry Stroll 5/19/2007
126. Make A Kid Happy 5/19/2007
127. Along Our Way 5/19/2007
128. American History 5/19/2007
129. Barn Havens 5/19/2007
130. A Horse Named Darling 5/19/2007
131. Delicious Concoctions 5/19/2007
132. Delicious Surprise 5/19/2007
133. Doggy Parade 5/19/2007
134. Down Home Country-Style Vittles 5/19/2007
135. Down In The Muck 5/19/2007
136. Red Dirt Road 5/19/2007
137. Elvis Came To Washington 5/19/2007
138. Cherokee Feast Of Days 5/19/2007
139. Cloud Chief, Oklahoma 5/19/2007
140. Country Churches 5/19/2007
141. Faith 5/19/2007
142. Family Albums 5/19/2007
143. Hungry Cow 5/19/2007
144. What I Learned From Mom 5/19/2007
145. I Learned In School 5/19/2007
146. Ice Water 5/19/2007
147. Icescape 5/19/2007
148. Icy Pine 5/19/2007
149. Irish Triads 5/19/2007
150. Joslyn Castle 5/19/2007
151. Just Horsin’ Around 5/19/2007
152. Anger Against The Land 5/20/2007
153. Back In Time 5/20/2007
154. Bad Brad’s Barbq 5/20/2007
155. Barns On Canvas 5/20/2007
156. The Beautiful Majestic Buffalo 5/20/2007
157. America’s Sunday 5/20/2007
158. Colors Amongst The Stars 5/20/2007
159. Colors In The Night 5/20/2007
160. Lavender Farm Trip 5/20/2007
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!

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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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