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A Poet’s Serenade
by Wendy Willett

Tuesday, May 15, 2007
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A poet serenades the willows
Pondering the beauty of the wildflowers
The evergreens sway to a wind melody of Peace On Earth
Gently he strums his guitar ever so softly
With every note the poet plays, the woods dance with heart and soul
With pen in hand, he leaves words of wisdom
He is neither rich nor poor
He is the master of all teachers
He reaches into his heart with great depths
Teaching the meaning of peace
He reaches into his soul
Leaving behind the paper and ink

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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 5/14/2008
Serenading the willows, seeing beauty in the wildflower and all the rest of the verses remind me of the fact that any one can be a poet if they put their mind to it. It is all from the heart.
Reviewed by Spirit Warrior 5/16/2007
I see that you have been the winds that change our soul
Given Wisdom in life...that doth come from paying a toll!

God Bless -Spirit Warrior
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