POET DOUG’S CHRISTMAS HAIKU PRAYER:

Lord, Please grant me

A Christmas Heart, not just today

But all year through—

by DRR, 2017, Member Academy of American Poets
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OUR THANKSGIVING TABLE

POET-DOUG’S DAILY HAIKU:

The Fabric of our Family

Wraps Around all generations

At our Thanksgiving Table————By DRR, Member Academy of American Poetssix-cosy-firesides-ballynahinch-library

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OCTOBER RAIN

POET DOUG’S DAILY HAIKU:)

Welcome October Rain
Kissing the parched lips of earth
Tender to the touch

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SWEET SEPTEMBER

A SALUTE TO SEPTEMBER

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September hangs her purple grapes

On branches of lucious fruit;

She touches the jewels in every garden

With wet shiny morning dew.

She meditates along with the Red Roses

She’s the month between Summer and Fall;

Hail to thee my silken Sweet September–

You’re the most prized month of them all.

2010 by Douglas Raymond Rose

Grand Prairie, Tx.

Member Academy of American Poets

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The Revivaltime Choir: Over 1,300 Students were “Young Evangelists” in this Radio Ministry

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The Revivaltime Choir: Over 1,300 Students were “Young Evangelists” in this Radio Ministry

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NORTHERN IRELAND’S MOST SPECTACULAR COUNTY

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NORTHERN IRELAND’S MOST SPECTACULAR COUNTY

County Antrim

(P1) Of the six counties found in Northern Ireland, County Antrim is perhaps the most famous. It’s home to Northern Ireland’s capital, Belfast, as well as one of the country’s greatest coastal attractions: Giant’s Causeway, a MASSIVE surface that resulted from a volcanic eruption 60 million years ago.

(P2) But there’s more to this RUGGED region. With more than 200km of coastline, Northern Ireland’s is a STRIKINGVISTA of blue and green, full of MEDIEVAL castles, RICKETY bridges, and colourful GLENS to explore.

Dunluce Castle

(P3) Located just outside the small village of Portballintrae, Dunluce Castle is one of the oldest RUINS in County Antrim. Records show that the castle was built in 1500 by the McQuillans, a ruling family originally from southwest Scotland. They first arrived in Northern Ireland in the 1200s as hired MERCENARIES.

(P4) The medieval residence has had its FAIR SHARE of TURBULENT

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