Monthly Archives: March 2012

More Children’s Poems

Children’s Poems part Two From the book “Rhyme and Reason with Animals” by Craig Gosling Midnight Snack When it’s dark and there’s no moon, about twelve hours since high noon, that’s the time for a midnight snack on a table … Continue reading

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Animal Poems for Kids

Animal Poems – from the book “Rhyme and Reason with Animals” by Craig Gosling PART ONE African Hunting Dogs No howls or barks were heard, the hunt was done in silence. They stalked their prey as one, the hunting dog … Continue reading

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Killer Kitty Strikes Again

Something has bugged me for 60 years. When I was fifteen, I shed tears when I saw my cat catch a bird or mouse and play with it until it died. I was not always successful in rescuing them. My … Continue reading

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Poetry break

Time for a poetry break I Didn’t See Her Age – To my wife I didn’t see her age although I saw her every day. I didn’t see a wrinkle grow or a hair turn gray. I didn’t see a … Continue reading

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Roy Story #9 – Roy and the Forest Fire

Roy and Millie Escape a forest Fire Roy and the Forest Fire Roy’s bladder woke him up; it reminded him that he drank too much at dinner. He reluctantly rolled out of his lower bunk, slipped into his mocs, and … Continue reading

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