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Welcome to my World!

Sky

The Dreamer

John C. McCornack
Yukon, Oklahoma

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Walking

The Dreamer

If I could be paid for my wishes and dreams,
I'd be very wealthy indeed,
I could afford all the things that I want,
Not merely those that I need.

I could live in the finest of mansions,
Look down from its' site on a hill,
Never know the feel of hunger and cold,
Be grateful that I never will.

I would never again dread the time of month,
When all of my payments come due,
I'd wish to be able, to pay them with cash,
Be happy that my bills were few.

I would peel all away, my hardest years,
Take several steps back in time,
I'd forget the years, when I was forced to...
Dig deeply for even a dime.

I wouldn't have any gray in my hair,
I'd be rid of lines in my face,
Birthdays would stop, when I reached thirty nine,
No aging as time hung in space.

I'd wish for more days of brightest sunshine,
For me and also for you,
For our tears to be, like gentle spring rain,
Followed by clear skies of blue.

Far more important, than any wealth,
Would be my dream for world peace,
I'd wish that mankind, could get along,
So that all wars then would cease.

All of my dreams, each new wish I make,
Fall short of making me rich,
Part of the 'dreamer', inside of me,
That others may call a glitch.

(c) 12/26/04 Loree (Mason) O'Neil



True

The World of Mom:

My mom taught me

You will know when you figure it out

Tracks

Blessings for the New Year

Thanksgiving was a time to thank
Our Lord for all good things
To look around at those we love
And have hope for what life brings

We put away that holiday and then
We look toward a fresh new one
Christmas brings so many things
As we celebrate with delicious fun

Pretty lights and Christmas trees
Food and joy and music too
Creates the perfect scene
For friends and family and for you

We give with enormous love and charity
To help the world seem bright
We drop some coins in a kettle
By the stores ‘cause it feels right

It all began with the birth of a baby
A precious baby that slept in hay
The star shown so brightly in the sky
And He was born on Christmas day

And then we look toward tomorrow
A fresh beginning so very near
Make plans for a new and better life
I wish you Blessings for the New Year!

Marilyn Lott © 2007- 432



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Mistletoe

Mistletoe

Sun

The World of Mom:

My mom taught me

My mind not only wanders,
sometimes it leaves completely

Green tree

The World of Mom:

My mom taught me

One always speaks badly
when one has nothing to say

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McCornack Time

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First Snow

waking this morning, everything bright
I looked out the window
and saw that it had snowed through the night

first snow of the season on the ground
no tracks to be seen
with snowflakes falling all around

odd how the world becomes so hushed
as if The Artist
had covered the noise with His brush

a Cardinal lands on the sycamore tree
his mate not far behind
looking for cracked corn and waiting for me

time to get up and brave the cold
to feed these hungry birds
before the day becomes too old

first snows don't ever last very long
before they go away
so I'll enjoy this one like a winter song

susi taylor

(Texaswishr@aol.com)

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First snow!

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Wise Words by a man named Don

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1. Memories, good or bad, have a way of eluding you as you get older.

2. They are in your brain somewhere but get harder to find.

3. To many, it is like searching for a word in a word puzzle.

4. You search up and down, forward and backward or even diagonally to access the right trigger to wake it up.

5. Sometimes you just give up trying to access it.

6. It can be depressing when you cannot recall something as quickly as you used to.

7. Yet, it is probably because you are just a lot smarter and have more information to sort through.

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Historical Photo by John

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Celebrating at an Ugly Tie contest at Spanish Cove ~ 2016

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A Spanish Cove special memory

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Walter, Cletus at a Literary Preservation Society Meeting ~ 2016

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Scenes involving Spanish Cove

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Don selling tomatoes~ 2016

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Thanks for spending a little time in my world!

John McCornack

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