Posts Tagged ‘Beware of robbing the poor and oppressing the weak’

  Early morning walk on the sand grains of a Lake Huron beach with a gentle breeze embracing my skin, the fragrance of nearby tall white pines filling my nostrils, while a single seagull walks a non-linear path, looks over and continues her morning search, a flock of Canadian geese fly over-head v shaped, honking, otherwise, just the sound of waves […]

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