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Poems By An Atheist – Inspiration, Science, Humor and Ridicule

Poems By An Atheist Wikipedia lists several hundred atheist writers and poets. Freedom From Religion Foundation has it own list of atheist writers and poets. Several internet sites cater to atheist poets. These lists omit the thousands of unknown atheists … Continue reading

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Roy and the Wolf Pack

This is another story about Roy when he worked as a zookeeper at the prestigious NYC Bronx Zoo. Zoo. It was one of the many exciting stories recorded by Roy’s dad in his journal. Roy’s Wolf Pack Roy used a … Continue reading

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Standing in the Shower

Standing in the Shower.

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Animal Poems for Children

The following poems are taken from my book For The Love of Animals They are meant for children but good for all ages. Most sales have been to grand parents who love to read to their grand kids. I hope … Continue reading

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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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Happy Birthday Charles Darwin

Happy Birthday Charles Darwin! Today we celebrated Darwin’s 203 Birthday. I just returned from viewing a movie you must see, “Creation,” based upon the book “Annie’s Box,” written by Darwin’s great, great, grandson, Randal Keynes. The movie was shown at … Continue reading

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Nursing Home Gauntlet

Nursing Home Gauntlet – A plea for mercy, a plea for relief, a plea for sanity A dozen nursing home residents sit in wheelchairs on either side of the lobby hallway as if waiting for their chance to break out … Continue reading

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Poetic Insights Into the Human Brain

Lately I’ve been reading about consciousness, mind/brain topics, memory, and deception. There are new insights, new discoveries about the workings of the brain, new drugs that alter the brain, new explanations why our brains can be confused and deceived so … Continue reading

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Grandma Was A Creationist – but I loved her anyway.

Grandma Was A Creationist and Fundamentalist, but I loved her anyway, as all children love grandparents. My Grandmother was a highly religious Protestant. She was a sweet and loving person, too gentle to ever say an unkind word to anyone. … Continue reading

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