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JamesMichael
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Pleasures of Happy Go Lucky Valley

It was never a secret
in Pippi's circle
that she preferred
the great outdoors
to the confines of the house;
it was the thrill of
spending time in nature
with like minded explorers,
who felt like a house
was fine to sleep in,
but when the morning came
new adventures could begin,
no one ever accused Pippi of being a couch potato,
there was not one comfortable couch in her home
and there was no tv to watch to while away the hours
while filling a lazy cozy couch,
there was an assortment of friends and pets
that loved to explore the mountain ranges & valleys
that surrounded the town where she lived,
and she never lacked friends eager to venture there;
places they called Wolvertine Mountain
or Blue Sky Ridge,  or the ultimate
pleasures of Happy Go Lucky Valley...
yes her horse lived there
and always had a ride to share.

JamesLee
8/2/17


  


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Cerulean
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1 posted 08-02-2017 10:10 PM       View Profile for Cerulean   Email Cerulean   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Cerulean

Pippi sounds like a friend I'd like to have. All my friends love their phones and electronic gadgets too much.

Such an enjoyable read. Thanks for sharing.
Lori Grosser Rhoden
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Nice, James ~L
BluesSerenade
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By the Seaside


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So refreshing..your title says it all!  
jwesley
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Excellent, my friend...

j.
JerryPat2
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This was nicely created, the ultimate nature' poem. Made me wanna go hiking.

~ If they give you ruled paper, write sideways. ~

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Sounds like a grand place to visit James Much enjoyed the read ~ Alana
 
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