Marilyn Lott

Gold Star - 7,458 Points (5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Marilyn Lott Poems

1641. I Dreamt Of Tomatoes 1/15/2016
1642. Porches 6/23/2017
1643. Lord, Help Me Not To Worry 9/10/2016
1644. Love The Blue 5/20/2007
1645. Grandma’s Home 5/20/2007
1646. A Little Touch Of Spring 5/19/2007
1647. Aloha Everyone! 5/19/2007
1648. A Winter Night 5/19/2007
1649. A Centennial Party 5/19/2007
1650. Wildflowers 5/14/2007
1651. Broken Windmill 5/17/2007
1652. Waltz In The Garden 8/12/2007
1653. Happy Birthday My Friend 7/7/2007
1654. Wyoming Truck Stop 8/10/2007
1655. Ah, Those Memories... 6/3/2007
1656. Lost In A Sunset 1/26/2008
1657. Touch Me Lord 2/22/2008
1658. Back-Road Barns 3/1/2008
1659. Yukon Clydesdales 3/25/2008
1660. Just As I Am 3/30/2008
1661. From My Past 1/3/2008
1662. My Christmas 12/21/2007
1663. Chuckwagon Café 5/17/2008
1664. Wheat, Corn And Country 5/29/2008
1665. April 19th Remembrance 4/11/2008
1666. Red Dirt Traveler 4/14/2008
1667. Crunchy Leaves Beneath My Feet 9/7/2008
1668. Time To Be A Cowboy! 9/1/2008
1669. The Way Life Used To Be 8/20/2008
1670. Spring Rains 4/10/2008
1671. Route 66 Diner 11/18/2007
1672. Women In Old Western Movies 9/10/2007
1673. Hunting Widow 11/3/2007
1674. Sunday’s Reflections 9/28/2008
1675. Black History Month 2/18/2009
1676. Wagon Train Days 9/10/2007
1677. Grandma’s Hands 5/13/2007
1678. Old West Excitement 3/28/2008
1679. A Roughneck’s Dream 4/11/2008
1680. Dog Days Of Summer 10/9/2008
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!

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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