Poem: Grouse Goneby

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0M8pZnNlnI] Where once a greater sage grouse grew Now a gaggle grow Why would a gander wander With a group of goslings in tow      

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From Stressed-Out to Rejuvenated in 3 Days: $100 Off! Info Session on April 14

Find out more! Daily life can be stressful and overwhelming, and can distract you from your purpose! Find out how to take 3 days to go from stress-out

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Poem: Let It Snow NaPoWriMo #03

Bracing for a blizzard But where did it go Just a rainy drizzle Lordy, let it snow Blue sky and  sunshine again? “Beautiful day?” So you say. Pillow

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Poem: Wapiti Spring (NaPoWriMo 9)

Old friends return Gather again Raggedy hides Soaking up the sun Wapiti Spring

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Split Estate – the documentary

Recently I have come to the full realization that every American must completely re-educate themselves independently and thoroughly. The important problems of our times are not being solved.

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Poem: Snow Tiptoes. ..a Haiku

Sullen morning light Spitting rain crashes sunset Snow tiptoes on night — Today’s weather!

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PRESS RELEASE: Longmont, Colorado author Joan Gregerson writes 400 poems in 365 days, for upcoming collection "Love Goes On"

Press Release: April 1, 2014 – for immediate release Information:  Joan Gregerson 720 224 7020 Facebook.com/JoanGregerson Twitter @JoanGregerson www.positiveenergyworks.com blog http://blog.positiveenergyworks.com   Longmont, Colorado author Joan Gregerson writes

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Your ideas wanted! 100 Ways to Celebrate Earth Week in Longmont (around Apr 22)

Do you have ideas for how to celebrate this lovely place we call home? Earth Day is April 22, 2014 My new group, Sustainable Revolution Longmont, is working

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Poem: 8 Degrees (F) …another chilly morning in Longmont, Colorado

Well, now that I know It’s just 8 degrees That walk that I thought I think not Because My snot would freeze Instead I’ll do yoga On DVD

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Poem: A Ready Embrace

A ready embrace 100 mile smile Sighs to me Run, and Be Free — About the poem: That’s what it feels like living here, where the front range

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