Marilyn Lott

Gold Star - 8,939 Points (5-28-42 / Washington state USA)

Mccornack’s Rules - Poem by Marilyn Lott

This man is very specific
In the way he conducts his days
He believes in being kind and generous
Along with honest and caring ways

He fills his mind each day
With a schedule of creativeness
But at the same time keeps it simple
Without a lot of unproductive fuss

Family life is so vital to John
He keeps important memories ever fresh
The basics of his lifestyle
Are devoid of unnecessary stress

His mind is a whirl of worthy thoughts
It comes naturally for this man
To add something to the lives of
Loved ones and strangers in his plan

It’s amazing just how so much
Is clearly packed in just a single day
His photos are an enormous part
Of his creative and friendly sort of way

In the way he designs his web pages
He has figured out just how to share
And all of us who enjoy them
Find it obvious that he truly cares

So as we read these exciting pages
We can find the life of John quite cool
So here is a studied compilation
Of all of the McCornack kind of Rules!


Comments about Mccornack’s Rules by Marilyn Lott

  • (1/14/2008 6:35:00 AM)


    Yes.......... McCornack does exist or least the last time I looked in a mirror I thought I saw a reflection. But I am also reminded that my eyesight is not the best. As for voting, Marilyn always deserves a 10 in my scale of voting. Even though some days it is difficult to live up to the words of this poem. (Report) Reply

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  • (11/13/2007 10:54:00 PM)


    I didn't vote on this so you don't think the vote, stupid number, went with this comment. Actually, I like this poem....I was wondering was this person named McCornack, ever in reality, McCormack? ? ? ? marci.. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011


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