A tree with no leaves stands at the edge of Willow Lake, Prescott, Arizona.
Willow Lake, Prescott, Arizona.
A ruined stone wall overlooks Willow Lake, Prescott, Arizona.
A worker wields a hammer in this detail from a mural, Prescott Public Library, Prescott, Arizona.
The hammer comes down with a crash!
Watch out, worker, and do not smash
Your fingers or toes,
For everyone knows
You can’t buy replacements with cash.
Photo and limerick © by Magical Mystical Teacher
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Detail from a painting, Prescott Public Library, Prescott, Arizona
An old man and his burro
Are heading for the hills.
They hope to find some nuggets
Among the rocks and rills,
Some nuggets gold and gleaming
To make the old man rich.
The burro doesn’t care much—
He’d rather balk and bitch.
Photo and poem © 2017 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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