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Trampled grass

Squishy soil

Red earth on shoes.

The carpet absorbs it all.

I walk in, barefoot.

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Posted in poetry, Thought

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY

Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence. -Hal Borland, journalist (1900-1978)

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Kings Of Wimbledon!

Wimbledon is about tradition, guts and glory and strawberries and cream! It’s also about the unpredictable English weather. It’s also about great champions who have weathered all odds to be crowned king after 2 weeks of spilling their guts out on the lawns of Wimbledon.
This show is dedicated to all the men singles champions starting with Bjorn Borg and ending with Federer. A tribute to the grass warriors!

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Posted in sports, Tennis
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