Feelings & Expressions

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 4, 2010 - Poetry - 146 pages
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Lois Dahlberg was born July 2, 1916 to Ernest Fowler and Pearl (Posey) Harris in Courtenay, North Dakota, and was raised in Minnesota. Since 1942 she has lived in the Tacoma, Washington, area, where she completed her education, graduating from the first Certified Dental Assistant class held at Tacoma Vocational-Technical College in 1958. Lois loves people, especially the little ones. Her greatest wish, she confided, is to have a close, individual relationship with each one of her descendants. After being widowed in 1994, Lois’s writing pursuit has taken precedence over other hobbies and interests. She calls herself a late bloomer and can still be found participating in creative writing classes. Much of this writer’s work has been published in magazines, newspapers, and anthologies. She has taught genealogy classes and still has great interest in family history, nonfiction, and poetry. With her husband of 60 years, R. Russell Dahlberg, she raised a successful family of four children: Ralph, Gordon, and Lyle Dahlberg, and Annette Dahlberg Curran. Her descendants, many of whom are being educated in Washington, California, Idaho, Utah, Oregon, and Arizona, now number 75. This includes two great-great grandchildren living in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Lois is proud to be a member of the International Society of Poets, the Tacoma Writers Club, Friends of the Parkland/Spanaway Library, and Daughters of the American Revolution.
 

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Contents

The touch of a mighty pen
67
God lives my son god lives
68
Fly the colors
69
Christmas just down the street
70
Magnanimity
71
Grandmothers hair
72
Easter bonnets
73
History and the sea lizard
74

Double trouble
19
Nation appreciation prayer
20
Friend to friend
21
A gift to last
22
My writing talent
23
Grasshopper hatch in my sons bean patch
24
Fruitful moments
25
Ransom bouquet
26
I love you mother
27
Americans abroad
28
Reflections of a small son
29
Into lifes shadows
30
Intermezzo
31
Bargain buttons
32
Little lyles lost loot
34
Revenge
36
Purpose
37
What is spring?
38
Your mother
39
Grandmothers patchwork quilt
40
Hope is a motivator
41
Poor little frog
43
My grandparents
44
Your heritage
45
Hugs defined
46
Autumn
47
Woman of courage
49
Earthquake
50
Night writing
51
Book review
52
Thanksgiving
53
The glory of spring
54
The worth of a smile
55
Babylove
56
Ocean vengeance
57
Beloved
58
Tidings of jesus
59
New awakening
60
Easter
61
Friend
62
Springtime
63
Our precious baby
64
The breast of the chicken
65
Button surprise
66
Sudden change
75
Cancer
76
Cloud fantasy
77
Service deposits
78
Time for school to start
79
Miss liberty
80
Grandmothers beads
81
Christian
82
Sara
83
Our birthright
84
Minnesota springtime
85
God loves us
86
Securing the family chain
88
Faith restored
89
Departure
90
Asian parents
91
Touchdown
92
The mouse or the bride
93
My birthday friend
94
My son and the neighbor girls
95
Fruition
96
Reminiscence
97
A little girl child to you is born
99
Baby son
101
New beginnings
102
Love for all
103
My doctor
104
Bewildered
105
At last its christmas
106
Thirteen candles
108
Lets be a good example
109
Weather report
110
A cheer for tops
111
Dragonfly
112
My siblings and the family farm
113
First flight
116
Love is forever
117
Mayflower perils of 1620
119
Haiku
123
Double haiku
134
The mighty ocean
135
TRIBUTES
144
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