Marilyn Lott

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

Marilyn Lott Poems

1681. A Good Horse Laugh 9/8/2008
1682. We Honor Our Veterans 5/27/2007
1683. Early Morning Dawn 5/22/2007
1684. Autumn's Charm 9/1/2007
1685. Hot Air Balloons 6/29/2009
1686. Red Rock Canyon Picnic 7/31/2009
1687. Happy Birthday Mom 10/6/2007
1688. A Time To Be Thankful 10/2/2007
1689. A Sweet Little Lady 8/5/2007
1690. Ain’t We Got... Fun? 2/29/2008
1691. Almost Spring 5/13/2007
1692. Old School Memories 3/28/2008
1693. The Lady On The Hill 3/2/2008
1694. A Farmer’s Sunset 6/11/2008
1695. Life Is Like Folding Clothes 4/7/2008
1696. Glorious Spring Flowers! 4/8/2008
1697. Yesterday’s Pleasures 11/6/2007
1698. Roads We Travel 5/15/2007
1699. 'Cause I'M A Woman 8/5/2007
1700. A Wet Sponge 8/6/2007
1701. Amazing Nature 7/9/2007
1702. A Peek Into Yesterday 8/24/2007
1703. Autumn Delights! 9/10/2009
1704. Sad Poem Hunter Friends 10/4/2009
1705. Miss Kayla Wiggins 10/23/2009
1706. The Magical Barn 6/28/2009
1707. A Poet’s Inner Voice 5/22/2009
1708. Take One Day At A Time 5/8/2009
1709. Rolling Your Own 5/9/2009
1710. A Bologna Sandwich? 3/9/2010
1711. You Want Life Without Him? 9/26/2007
1712. A Horse Stood At The Pulpit 12/24/2008
1713. Grand Old Barns 8/4/2013
1714. I Feel Bitchy 4/26/2013
1715. That Country Feel 5/17/2013
1716. For You Dad 6/17/2012
1717. The Many Faces Of Spring 6/5/2013
1718. School 6/2/2016
1719. To Fathers' 6/18/2016
1720. Family 8/10/2015
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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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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