Archive for December, 2013

Happy New Year!

Written by on December 31, 2013 in Family & Children & Thoughts on Things with 0 Comments

  A time for new beginnings! Are you tired of all the news shows showing the highlights and lowlights of 2013? Me too. But it’s over. Here’s to a happy, prosperous, exciting, interesting, fun-filled, stimulating,healthy, adventurous, travel-filled, organized, basement-cleaned, office-cleaned, computer-cleaned, cavities-fixed, cars fixed, and so on . . . (is that redundant to put […]

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As 2013 prepares to exit . . .

As 2013 prepares to exit . . .

Take out the garbage! Make room for what’s new! Then bring it home! Bring it home to you! We now prepare to start a new year.  We like to think it’s a new beginning. And we like to think it’s the end of another. But of course it’s just another day, because the sun comes […]

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And on this day . . .

Written by on December 23, 2013 in Family & Children & Thoughts on Things with 0 Comments

  Hunger takes no holidays.   And on this day, . . . may we remember those who are suffering, those who are ill, those who are frightened, those who are sad, those who are wandering through life without direction, without purpose, without hope. Holidays can be especially painful for them. And many who have […]

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A Christmas Wish for You

A Christmas Wish for You

  Wishing you the best Christmas ever, and the Happiest of New Years! Thank you for reading, and for visiting! Come back soon!     “May the bells of Christmas ring a song that never ends. May the joyous sounds they make bring peace to all our friends. “May the lights of Christmas bring an […]

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Taps for Twenty Children. Newtown, Connecticut

Written by on December 15, 2013 in Family & Children & Thoughts on Things, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

  Taps for Twenty Children A Poem about Newtown   There are twenty empty places at twenty empty tables where families used to eat.   There are twenty empty bedrooms and twenty empty beds where children used to sleep.   There are twenty empty desks where children used to learn from teachers who would teach […]

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Newtown, December 14, 2012: Remember That Day

Written by on December 14, 2013 in Family & Children & Thoughts on Things, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

  December 14, 2012: Remember that Day Part I Remember those teachers. Remember those other teachers, the ones who helped, the ones who saved other children. Remember the school principal. Remember the police officers. Remember the Emergency Medical Technicians, the fire personnel and other first responders.  Remember the doctors and nurses and hospital personnel who […]

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Renovation! Rejuvenation! Born Again!  I’m Baaaack!  And Here We Go Again!

Renovation! Rejuvenation! Born Again! I’m Baaaack! And Here We Go Again!

Written by on December 9, 2013 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

We live again! Daniel Mark Picture Poems has returned.  I know you have all been waiting with incredible anticipation!  I decided to revamp the entire website, with a whole new theme developed by Solostream (and I like this new theme a lot), new content, new formats, new poems, new products and new and generally lower […]

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