Marilyn Lott

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

Marilyn Lott Poems

1801. My Rainbow Garden 5/14/2007
1802. A Barrel Of Ruby Red Wine 5/19/2007
1803. Books 8/29/2007
1804. The Human Face 10/16/2007
1805. A Lost Love 10/26/2007
1806. Mona Lisa’s Smile 1/11/2008
1807. A Farmer’s Prayer 5/14/2007
1808. A Fight For Freedom 5/19/2007
1809. Autumn’s Glow 5/20/2007
1810. 4th Of July Fireworks 5/19/2007
1811. Petals & Things 3/10/2008
1812. A Horse With No Name 5/28/2009
1813. A Classy Blend 6/2/2008
1814. A Bear Named Teddy Fuzz 9/1/2007
1815. A Forest Without Trees 10/1/2007
1816. Winter Arrival 2/28/2008
1817. A Clydesdale Pal 5/18/2007
1818. 4th Of July Activities 5/19/2007
1819. A Buffalo Sighting 11/4/2007
1820. Soccer Girl 9/9/2007
1821. A Child In Red Dirt 5/19/2007
1822. 13 Colonies 5/19/2007
1823. A Date With God 8/22/2007
1824. A Buffet To Remember 8/24/2008
1825. A Fractured Soul 8/28/2007
1826. Sunset Thinking 5/17/2007
1827. A Child’s Snowy World 5/13/2007
1828. A Cowboy Song 8/22/2007
1829. A Boy In Hope 8/12/2008
1830. A Cat Named Frank 3/4/2008
1831. A Common Man 5/13/2007
1832. A Chat With The Lord 9/14/2007
1833. 3 White Ducks 11/7/2007
1834. A Child’s Mind 5/26/2007
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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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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