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MY MISSOURI

My Missouri There are mountains and streams, lakes, prairies and plains Cities and towns and fields growing grain The Big Mississippi and muddy Missouri Forests and wildlife and storms with their fury Explorers Lewis and Clark began their great quest The Arch is a symbol, Gateway to the West Where our 33rd president, Harry Truman … Continue reading »

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One Special Night

The donkey told the little lamb who told the whippoorwill The news soon spread across the land through valleys and up hills The message fluttered around the earth on the evening breeze And was heard by ladybugs as it murmured through the trees The lion told the little mouse who told the wise old owl … Continue reading »

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His Chair

She sat in his chair with a faraway stare Reminiscing on times long ago The day they were married, the dear ones they buried And how their love continued to grow Though the going was rough they never gave up The love they shared would not dim Oh how her heart ached, she felt it … Continue reading »

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Man on the Moon

This was a doubly exciting time for me and my family. We were also awaiting the birth of my sister-in-law, Helen’s twins, Stuart and Becky. I took these photos of the TV screen with my little Polaroid camera that night. The phone call telling us of the twins birth, came between the lunar landing and … Continue reading »

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Remember Me

Remember Me A Tribute to all Veterans The young soldier was dying in a God forsaken place With pleading eyes he looked up into the medic’s face As he clutched the medic’s hand in fear and agony The last words the soldier whispered were, “remember me” How many soldiers fought and died in a long … Continue reading »

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