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Golden Wheat

Remember me when the South wind blow
Golden wheat, where the waves dance in row
Forget the emptiness and cold
Embrace love and the memories you hold

Remember me solemnly gazing for doe
Golden wheat, where waves dance in row
Entwined together on the greens we rolled
Embrace love and the memories you hold

Will you stay with me, as old we grow
Golden wheat, where the wave dance in row
Together we'll erase the world's toll
Embrace love and the memories you hold

South wind lover always know
Golden wheat, where waves dance in row
Bodies come together as if made in a mold
Embrace love and the memories you hold

My pledge to you from Heaven and below
Golden wheat, where waves dance in row
With my last breath our love will still unfold
Embrace love and the memories you hold

When we're gone I hope our descendants know
Golden Wheat, where waves dance in row
Feel the south wind, be it warm or cold
Embrace love and the memories you hold
 
Rhonda Baker
   
 

   
   
 

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820 miles endurance to Pickford, VT

We left the Great Lake State
Taking 90 to Vermont to meet our fate
A mid-March excursion across five states
Eight hundred and twenty miles, with dozens of tollgates
Mile after mile. Each a duplicate of the other
Surrounded by so much of nothing, I begin to smother
Each joint of my body begins to ache
When will it end? For heaven sake!
Finally… In upper New York, the mountains begin
You can see forever in a land with no end
Steep rock walls line the roads
Tiny waterfalls in downward modes
After finishing our task, we begin to explore
To Howe Cavern,17 stories below the earths floor
Then on to Niagara, to see it state side
The Canadians have a better view. I must confide.
On to Cleveland to check out the zoo
Pretty much like home, the same basic view
Except for their Rain forest, that was the best part
It renewed my spirit, and gave new heart
Then back to Michigan “Home Sweet Home”
My wanderlust fulfilled… No need to roam

3/26/09
 
Rhonda Baker
   
 

   
   
 

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A July Night

Walking on the beach's cold wet sand
Holding on to your lover hand in hand
The breeze brings ripples to the waters edge
The sun is going down, over the Earth's ledge
The stars emerge, like diamonds, on a velvet sky
As another July night just slips on by
The fireflies twinkle with their little light
As a bright crescent Moon lights up the night
 
Rhonda Baker
   
 

   
   
 

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Eagles Rainbow

Once in a town called Eagle, on a hot summers day
The sky's opened up and washed the day away
When it was over, there stood high in the sky
A rainbow with all its glory with birds flying by
It was a giant rainbow, like something you'd have to see
And as I drew closer there was not one but three!
I stood in the open field, feeling closer to God
Knowing this world was not just made of hard work, bills, and sod
 
Rhonda Baker
   
 
 
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