Marilyn Lott

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

Marilyn Lott Poems

201. Aprons On Display 5/21/2007
202. The Lady Had Lilacs 5/21/2007
203. Art Festival Displays 5/21/2007
204. Happy Tractor 5/20/2007
205. Victims Of Katrina 5/20/2007
206. Why Are Barns Red? 5/20/2007
207. Wide Open Fields 5/20/2007
208. Wide Open Spaces 5/20/2007
209. Gnarled Trees And Wagon Wheels 5/21/2007
210. Happy Birthday Charlie! 5/21/2007
211. Green Trees And Red Dirt 5/21/2007
212. Harn Homestead 5/21/2007
213. God Was Waiting For Me 5/21/2007
214. God’s Horizon 5/21/2007
215. God's Ice Storm 5/21/2007
216. God’s Simple Plan 5/21/2007
217. Her Black Kettle 5/21/2007
218. Ike Johnny 5/21/2007
219. In The Dark At Christmas 5/21/2007
220. John’s Office Barn Art 5/21/2007
221. John’s Red Dirt Roads 5/21/2007
222. John’s Special Places 5/21/2007
223. John Howard Mccornack’s Table 5/21/2007
224. James Russell Mccornack 5/21/2007
225. Summer Festivities 5/22/2007
226. Oklahoma County Fair 5/22/2007
227. The Difference In Seats 5/22/2007
228. The Elephant Bar 5/22/2007
229. The Farmer’s Daughter 5/22/2007
230. The First Hundred Years 5/22/2007
231. The Gate Of Lost Memories 5/22/2007
232. The Good Life 5/22/2007
233. The Green Flash 5/22/2007
234. The Guardian 5/22/2007
235. The Holy City 5/22/2007
236. The Horse 5/22/2007
237. The Japanese Style 5/22/2007
238. The Joy Of Tokyo 5/22/2007
239. The Last Dance 5/22/2007
240. The Last Stop 5/22/2007
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!

Read the full of A Child’s Mind

Believe In Him

I remember as a little girl
My family went to church together
Sunday school was first, of course
Just me and my big brother

We learned about God and Jesus there
And at home each and every day
It was something so important
To trust in God that special way

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