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20th January – On This Day In History

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Born:

1910 Joy Adamson (naturalist and author of “Born Free”)

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Died:

1993 Audrey Hepburn (actress)

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On This Day:

1921 Republic of Turkey declared (from what remained of the Ottoman Empire)

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Have a good Saturday, 20th January

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The Snake

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A snake is the love of a thumb
and forefinger.
Other times, an arm
that has swallowed a bicep.

The air behind this one
is like a knot
in a child’s shoelace
come undone
while you were blinking.

It is bearing something away.
What? What time
does the next snake leave?

This one’s tail is ravelling
into its burrow—
a rosary returned to a purse.
The snake is the last time your spine
could go anywhere alone.

 

– William Matthews

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11th September – On This Day In History

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Born:

1885 DH Lawrence (poet and writer)

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Died:

Nikita Khrushchev (Premier of the USSR)

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On This Day:

1961 World Wildlife Fund is founded

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Have a good Monday, 11th September

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Amazing Nature

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The brilliant colors of the night
The soft spoken morning glow
My world can be so perfect
That’s why I love it so

Earthy tones surround me
With pop-up flowers born
Fragrances so delicious
In the dew of early morn

The sky lights up just for me
With each newly woven style
I put everything aside
To enjoy for a little while

Nature is so amazing to me
I love it every single day
Each morning is freshly exciting
In its own unique and perfect way!

 

– Marilyn Lott

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What Nature Brings

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Autumn leaves that turn to gold
Flowers that are bright and bold
Tremble in the cooling wind
Messages the autumn sends
Soon the winter storm so strong
We hope that it would not stay long
Now it’s almost time to change
And the landscape soon will rearrange
Spring will come before we know
This will bring a winter thaw
And then spring, oh glorious spring
Isn’t it exciting what nature brings?

 

– Marilyn Lott

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Beauty In Nature

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Theres a poem in every flower,
a sonnet in every tree,
a tale in every lifetime
its just for you to see…

theres a lyric in every brook
as it rushes over rocks,
theres an ode in every nuance,
as loves wonder unlocks,

theres rhythm in every sound,
every beating of a heart,
theres poetry in every union
and every couple who are apart

and just as there is wonder
in every new life created
there is sadness and regret,
for the unsaid and unfeted

just listen for the music
that your ears cannot hear,
just strain yourself for the melody
thats so far and yet so near

the wonder of the creator,
the magic of the divine
is there to feel, for all of us,
to soon be yours and mine

 

– Arti Chopra

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Nature Trail

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At the bottom of my garden
There’s a hedgehog and a frog
And a lot of creepy-crawlies
Living underneath a log,
There’s a baby daddy long legs
And an easy-going snail
And a family of woodlice,
All are on my nature trail.

There are caterpillars waiting
For their time to come to fly,
There are worms turning the earth over
As ladybirds fly by,
Birds will visit, cats will visit
But they always chose their time
And I’ve even seen a fox visit
This wild garden of mine.

Squirrels come to nick my nuts
And busy bees come buzzing
And when the night time comes
Sometimes some dragonflies come humming,
My garden mice are very shy
And I’ve seen bats that growl
And in my garden I have seen
A very wise old owl.

My garden is a lively place
There’s always something happening,
There’s this constant search for food
And then there’s all that flowering,
When you have a garden
You will never be alone
And I believe we all deserve
A garden of our own.

 

– Benjamin Zephaniah

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