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The “Z” in 2020 A to Z

Zoo What better way to spend the day they lounging in the sun? As the hot sun bakes down on everything the large water horse lays in cool sand. The hours of sunlight stretch on but the 1800 kilogram mammal doesn’t burn. Its light-absorbing sweat protects it from the sun and helps to controls its… Continue reading The “Z” in 2020 A to Z

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The “Y” in 2020 A to Z

Yonder George sat high in the wagon watching the children kicking stones in the dirt alley over yonder. Their play was lively and their voices and laughter was energetic. It filled him with memories of his own youth so many years past. But those memories tugged at a sadness that he was trying to keep… Continue reading The “Y” in 2020 A to Z

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The “V” in 2020 A to Z

Very Tasty By Shari Marshall – April 2020 By way of explanation: This piece was inspired by another of my son’s online lessons. The lesson was on concrete poetry. ** Feeling inspired? The rules are simple. Use this image as a prompt to create a post and share by posting your link in the comment section… Continue reading The “V” in 2020 A to Z

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The “U” in 2020 A to Z

Under the Hot Sun Life wasn’t the same as it used to be. Rules, rules and more rules marked the days, the nights, and every waking second. Those who didn’t follow the rules were made into examples. Harsh and cruel examples that they said fit the crime. She rests now under the hot sun. By… Continue reading The “U” in 2020 A to Z

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The “T” in 2020 A to Z

Tick It wasn’t like that soft rhythmic sound a clock makes in a silent room, a sound that can relax and sooth. This was a regular short sharp sound that played over and over again in my head counting away accomplishments or lack of accomplishments. It was a tally that I hated but seemed to… Continue reading The “T” in 2020 A to Z

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The “S” in 2020 A to Z

Squirrel Nutty Facts: There are over 200 species of squirrels from the small African pygmy squirrel (10 cm long) to the Indian giant squirrel (3 feet long) and everything in between. Scientific Name: Sciuridae Squirrels can fall from 30 meters high, without hurting themselves. A squirrel’s front teeth never stop growing. Squirrels zigzag to escape… Continue reading The “S” in 2020 A to Z

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The “R” in 2020 A to Z

Roots Enter family Pale green leaves on drooping branches – slither the serpent Air browned white marked with teeth hole of time in the rotting core By Shari Marshall – April 2020 ** Feeling inspired? The rules are simple. Use this image as a prompt to create a post and share by posting your link in… Continue reading The “R” in 2020 A to Z