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If You Give a Man a Shovel: a story for Earth Day

If you give a man a shovel, he’s going to want to dig. He will dig holes in the ground. He’ll want to plant something in the holes, so he’ll ask you for some seeds. The plants growing from the … Continue reading

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raindrops wash away residue from dusty day rinse and let hang dry The Daily Post weekly photo challenge: Earth  R is for rain. #AtoZChallenge: 26 posts in April, topics to proceed alphabetically. Theme optional.  My theme: a three-line poem each day … Continue reading

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Mother Earth

She came into Being whole and flawless, yet we tried to perfect Perfection as if we somehow knew better than God. Sadly, we were mistaken.

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