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Online Harvest of Gratitude

written by: Julie Eger

 

Mukwoochu had good news
from across the water.
His baby girl is more than fine.
We saw it on the internet
after we congratulated him.
His gratitude showed up in
his response to our response.
Today he expressed his delight with
clickable pictures of fruits & vegetables.
We received three egg plants, two tomatoes,
a slice of watermelon and four lemons.
We love Mukwoochu
and his daughter so much.
We will send back five strawberries,
a pear, three apples and a lime.
And a heart with a ribbon around it.

Julie Eger

Julie Eger

OCTOBER 2018 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
Julie Eger writes under the names Julie Eger, A.J. Lawdring and Copper Rose, perforates the edges of the page while writing, believes anything is possible for those who believe anything is possible, and lives in Wisconsin with her husband and a black Golden Doodle, has raised two sons and has been accused of playing well with others. Credits include nine anthologies at Clarendon House Publications and numerous online journals and other anthologies. She also understands there really is something about pie. You can connect with her on WordPress site - Julie C. Eger.
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