Growing old can be fun. At least that’s what my oldest friend, Kit, says.
Each time I look, there is something else to see.
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Is this a setting sun
or a rising moon?
Or is it a bird on a hay bale at dusk?
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There are two white horses down the road from my house.
They rarely come close enough for conversation but today was different.
They whispered with low nickers.
And I whispered back.
Have you ever heard a horse whisper?
And it was magic!
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Fencing in the last of summer to look back upon and reflect.
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