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These Wooded Trails
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By Nan Forehand
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I stroll these wooded trails
They seem to cure what ails
I breathe the fresh clean air
The birds fly with no worries or care
In communion with all of these
My friends the earth, wind, and trees
The leather leaf holly
And the ferns so jolly
The running Cedar
I write for you, dear reader
Cool, crisp January day
The forest has so much to say
I listen and I pray
The crunch of the leaves beneath my feet
A friend I have yet to greet
Here she comes to stroll along with me
Such wonders we will see
As we stroll the wooded trails

written by Nan Forehand
January 27, 2021
 


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Submitted: Thursday, January 28, 2021

Last Updated: Sunday, January 31, 2021

About the Poet
I grew up in rural North Carolina, married for 38 years to my best friend and soulmate, Allen, who retired almost 17 years ago from the Air Force after 24 years of service to our beloved America. We have a daughter, Ashley ( and son-in-law, Kris) and, a son, John, and, our two beautiful grand daughters, Amelia and Haley, and Isaac, our only grandson, all blessings from God. We have four cats; Mr. Peabody, Missy, aka Middle Kitty and Tabby, aka Little Kitty, and Gracie. I've seen a lot of hard times and God has always been here for me to see me through them. I am a vessel God can use to help others in need. If I could be described in one word, it would be that I am an encourager.


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