“Whispers from the families of a long ago year…” the Sanbornton Mountain Road

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a poem by my Okie,
“96 and Still Writing”
who grew up on a New Hampshire farm,
part of a very old time, pioneer  family,
old time, poor New Hampshire Yankee farmers

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written several years ago
(and previously posted)
about a local road,
“The Old Mountain Road”
in Sanbornton, New Hampshire,
resonating with the spirit of those early settlers
…the spirit of courage, hardship, struggle

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added by Kathy:
(who just posted this poem on PocketPerspectives,too )
As we approach our own Thanksgiving week and day….
appreciation, gratitude, thankfulness
to those early, courageous pioneers
who endured, persisted, persevered
“whispers from the families of a long ago year”

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1 Response to “Whispers from the families of a long ago year…” the Sanbornton Mountain Road

  1. Pingback: Happy Thanksgiving to all…. “if you walk softly, perhaps you will hear….” | Pocket Perspectives

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