VENERATION

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The highway is my home

I’m traveling the west for the winter

I have wildflowers in my endless lovely garden

Their presence is one of veneration

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[by Dawna D. Bowles
(C) 2014]

RV SPACES-INCLUDES WIFI

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I was out for a drive this evening
when I spotted a tiny run down RV park.
It had a giant dish-wifi-cell tower in front which made me laugh. My first thought was;
“This could the leading cause for,  creativity loss, damaged brain cells, and lethargy °•○●☆°~laughs°•○●☆°•~

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[by Dawna D. Bowles
(C) 2014]

ENTROPY HAS NO PREJUDICE

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One Saturday afternoon as I was driving along I noticed this abandoned house on the side of the road.
I felt compelled to pull into the driveway.

Approaching the house I saw a beautiful untamed bush decorated with the most lovely scarlet flowers.
I stood in awe of the glaring contrast between the  broken structure and the flowers.
With eyes of love I smiled at the flowers
The flowers feeling my love smiled back at me with a shyness, fot they hadn’t been observed by a human eye in over a decade.
Suddenly I felt the old house and his sadness, due to his years of neglect.
I glanced up at my large old friend,
And loved him for the first time.
He was broken yet not defeated.
He humbly glanced down at me in shame of his condition. He said,
“Did you know that I used to be as lovely as the scarlet flowers”
For years she has been my only friend.

I felt as though I was frozen in a moment of time when this old house thought his eyes would never meet mine.
Saddened to see his abide
A sructural demise, foretold that entropy has no prejudice Just ageing collide.

I still loved him profoundly and he did know, even more for his stories untold, for inside of him was a heart of purest gold.

(Love wins)
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[by Dawna D. Bowles
(C) 2014]

LOOKING FOR THE GOOD

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We took a road trip this afternoon when we decided to pull off the highway to snap some shots of the lovely desert landscape. While gazing upon the beauty I noticed some broken pieces of glass. My first thought was. “I can’t believe that anyone would break bottles in this beautiful place.”
Then I looked a little closer. I noticed that someone had taken careful time to
build a rock circle placing the broken glass inside the ring of rocks.
All of a sudden my perspective changed persuading me to see a beautiful art exhibit instead of the eyesore of broken glass.
Another lesson on staying positive.
Look for good and you’ll find it.
Look for the bad you’ll find that also.

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[by Dawna D. Bowles
(C) 2014]