32 thoughts on “Poetry

  1. My Dad said more than any bird he loves the sounds of Meadow Larks. He remembers the sounds from living where what was mostly unmolested countryside (he had an out-house). I’d never heard one. He said it had been many years since he had heard one. I went to Youtube. It’s as though a Meadow Lark makes time unimportant with it’s song. He and I listened in ahhh. …Your words are an amazing fit!

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  2. This is beautiful as always. And thank you for checking out our treehouse saga. Always good to know you’re reading. I hope you and your sweet girl are having more good days than not so good.

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    • Oh ofcourse I read your blog! I read every day I just don’t always comment but I do read!!! I wake up and it is the first thing I do is go to the reader and see what everyone has posted since I was sleeping

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      • Hats a nice habit to have. I try but somehow life gets in the way. Mostly dogs. And cats. And horses. They all seem to have the habit of eating and being demanding. Hmm oh and kids sometimes.

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    • My blog glitches so maybe that reply sent 300 times or none. Anyway. I loved what you did with the bridge.
      When we took down the trampoline that kind of symbolized years of childhood everyone said the same. We put it on the side of the road taken apart in pieces and it was all taken. Treehouse converted into bridge superrrrrr cool though

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    • I stop for all bird songs. Today I was listening to angry blue jays and knew a hawk was near by and sure enough they were diving at him in the tree. It’s amazing if you pay attention what you will learn about the animals and birds

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      • Nature is amazing! A lot of things people thought I learned in the army were actually things I learned from watching deer.

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      • I’ve learned a lot from watching a herd of wild horses. But the deer I have watched for long periods of time too. How they work together. Are connected. They are very hypervigilant and hyperalert. Reminds me of me with PTSD so they fascinate me. And so gentle and loving towards each other.
        Pretty cool you learned from the deer

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      • I believe in being quiet and paying attention. Wisdom, knowledge and understanding can come from most anything. You just have to be quiet and pay attention. Too many people are trying to make themselves look good or putting someone down than learning.

        I’m by no means the sharpest knife in the drawer. But what the Lord has shown me I hold to with all that’s within me. I’ve had some rather unique teachers in my life.

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      • Do you share your stories and you teachers and experiences on your blog?
        I completely agree with you. I learned more in one night holding a woman’s hand as she was passing over to God than I have any other experience in my life

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      • Yes I do. There’s a lot I plan on posting about. I hope people are getting or understanding what I’m trying to say. Have you ever felt like you were trying to tell somebody something and you kept getting the feeling they weren’t completely picking up what you were laying down?

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      • I’m pretty straight forward and raw on my blog. I am very clear about the depths of the pain I have suffered, am still suffering, and my coping skills to try and find beauty on this earth and have gratitude. I am very blunt on my blog just like I am in person.
        I just read some of your posts and they were very clear.
        Some people choose not to listen. There is a difference in you speaking your truth and someone else not being able to hear it. That is not on you it is on them. Maybe one day they will

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      • That’s exactly what got my attention and kept me reading. The greatest stories are not the biographies of famous or infamous people. In my opinion, they are the everyday lives of the average people we never get to hear about. People think surviving like we did in the 17-1800’s are over. It’s not, we still very much do but in a little different way.

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      • They typically can’t be seen becuase they are on a hundred thousand acres of prairie land inaccessible to us but that area has flooded and they have moved to a wetlands area which we visit for me to take photographs of the birds and wildlife and so now when we go we are able to watch them very closely and see how they interact. There are two mothers and two babies and each mother takes care and nurses each baby. There is one father and then another mare. All mares are pregnant. Only 2 have babies. To watch how they work together and watch out for each other and protect each other and never bully or show aggression. It’s a beautiful thing

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