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    The tales are there

killrill-web (49K)
Killarney Lake Park, by Donna Rhynold

The tales are there
on heath and hill,
up granite stair,
down alder rill.

You won't find them
in a book,
but round a fire
in forest nook.

The paths converge
mother and child,
on grassy verge,
in meadow wild.

Come sit by my campfire,
rest your weary bones.
Tell us all a tale
in your dulcet tones.

Nanook of the Nashwaak
Reach out and touch a rock

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Machias Lakes
Machias Lakes, Maine

River Poetry      If I could go with you
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