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An exploration into the obsession of tulips in Europe during the 17th century.

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In Washington state Cascade Range there are several snow covered peaks that retain snow all year round. One mountain is Mount Adam’s often mistaken for Mount Saint Helen’s or Mount Rainer. This is some history of the forgotten mountain known as Adams.

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There is a time between summer and full fall that some know as "Indian Summer" A time when we harvest gardens and fruit trees and gather in firewood. This is a poem about "Indian Summer" And explanation of the name and why.

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Haunting Pieces of a Love that Once Was!

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Progress is a comfortable disease – e.e. cummings.

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A poet’s memory of World War 2.

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John Boyn Dunlop was born of a peasant family in Dreghom, North Ayrshire, Scotland on five February 1840. Childhood he lived in his hometown. Young completed her studies and Dunlop managed to get a vet in the Dick Vet, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. After completing his studies, Dunlop first practiced as a veterinarian in Edinburgh, Scotland, and later in Belfast, Ireland.

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A work that displays a war between ancient beings.

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A look at the thoughts that run free.

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#3 for NaPoWritMo.

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