Today I share a story about a donkey that began as a story about three. To the left is Gertrude, the mother of little Pedro, just 5 days old on the day this picture was taken!
But it’s truly Pete, the patriarch pictured below, who inspired my poem for today.
Many thanks to the German family, owners of these wonderful donkeys and the beautiful farm where they live.
To catch up on my progress so far, I hope you’ll breeze through the daily list to read Poems #21 and #22.
You’ll also enjoy reading the work of my fellow poets, which inspire me every day.
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