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I AM AN AMERICAN

In the Eye of the Tiger

A Conversation between My Cat and Dog

If, I Had It All To Do Over!

Twilight Honor



A Portrait of my Life

Fifty Years of Tears

Eternal Rest

Do You Remember When?

Mirrow Reflctions

Who Knew?

"Jack Who?"

Ain't That a Shame?

Hopefully, They will Say...

Does It Matter?

Love Found

Who Knew?

My Little Dog named-Art

Yesterday's Autumn

A Bowl of Cheers?

I Say!

My Quest

Near Miss

Dreams of Yesterday

Do You Remember?

Ten

When is it all going to end?

Sleep

Just Let It Be

La Vie en Rose

Heads in the Sand?

If I've Learned Anything!

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Desert

As the hot daylight star cracks
the shield of the earth’s
darkness, the rays from it’s
brilliant light, pour into the
morning desert sky.

With splashes of pink,
orange and pale yellow hues,
moving shadows along the
desert floor until they die.

The warm dry air soon melts
the chill from the lingering
night sky.

The cunning coyote delivers
its last eerie call,  then
scurries to its borrow
to await again night’s fall.

The delicate pink desert
flower opens its peddles
to the new born sun.          

The saguaro standing tall, with its
spiny arms reaching to touch the
bright rays one by one.

A golden eagle sours high
in his early morning run.

For eons comes the sun…
Another hot desert day
has begun.

Jackie R. Kays
Copyright…2002







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