Marilyn Lott

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

Marilyn Lott Poems

1721. To Fathers' 6/18/2016
1722. Sweet Squirrel 8/9/2016
1723. My Sweet Flowers 5/11/2017
1724. Those Red Hat Ladies! 12/23/2007
1725. Pet Peeves 10/7/2008
1726. Little Church In Montana 2/23/2015
1727. Scrapbooks 10/10/2009
1728. Wanna Bake A Cake? 5/15/2007
1729. A Lovely Picnic With Friends 10/27/2007
1730. Two Little Cats 10/31/2008
1731. Safe And Secure 3/18/2008
1732. Chopping Wood 4/10/2008
1733. A Day Of Wonder 4/8/2008
1734. Backyard Sunrise 4/13/2008
1735. You Do What You Have To Do 8/30/2007
1736. Noxious Weeds 8/28/2007
1737. A Fresh New Chance 8/23/2007
1738. A White Christmas? 12/21/2008
1739. Wonderful Old Photos 1/22/2009
1740. A Real Woman 12/1/2008
1741. The Majestic Tree 9/22/2009
1742. Hummingbird 6/1/2016
1743. Is There A God? 4/24/2016
1744. The Man That Is My Dad 6/21/2015
1745. Happy Birthday My Son! 2/18/2016
1746. Autumn Soup 10/3/2009
1747. Wind Touched Paintings 10/18/2008
1748. My Dream Home 5/20/2007
1749. My Church 11/21/2009
1750. Stand Up 10/19/2008
1751. Black Bear 6/1/2008
1752. Your Pink Cloud 8/25/2008
1753. Glorious Spring Blossoms 4/9/2009
1754. Only A Ghost Of A House 3/29/2008
1755. A Lonely Horse 5/18/2007
1756. Lisa 9/13/2007
1757. Ants 2/27/2008
1758. Autumn Morning 10/18/2008
1759. A Walk With God 6/13/2009
1760. Sweet Little Icy Bird 11/30/2015
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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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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