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At 12:28pm on October 4, 2009, Nicki Lynn said…
Hello Paola, From Denver Colorado, Just a quick Hi to wish you all the best and send you this inspirational video clip called "The Law of One" Blessings Nicki

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9MJgxcEZFQ
At 8:00pm on August 12, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Paola... welcome the the AOAND site... glad to have you here... looks like you know a few people already...

Best,

=Rick
At 9:36am on August 11, 2009, The Ancient One said…
Hollyhocks
by Edgar Albert Guest

Old-fashioned flowers! I love them all:
The morning-glories on the wall,
The pansies in their patch of shade,
The violets, stolen from a glade,
The bleeding hearts and columbine,
Have long been garden friends of mine;
But memory every summer flocks
About a clump of hollyhocks.

The mother loved them years ago;
Beside the fence they used to grow,
And though the garden changed each year
And certain blooms would disappear
To give their places in the ground
To something new that mother found,
Some pretty bloom or rosebush rare—
The hollyhocks were always there.

It seems but yesterday to me
She led me down the yard to see
The first tall spires, with bloom aflame,
And taught me to pronounce their name.
And year by year I watched them grow,
The first flowers I had come to know.
And with the mother dear I'd yearn
To see the hollyhocks return.

The garden of my boyhood days
With hollyhocks was kept ablaze;
In all my recollections they
In friendly columns nod and sway;
And when to-day their blooms I see,
Always the mother smiles at me;
The mind's bright chambers, life unlocks
Each summer with the hollyhocks.
 
 
 

        

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