Tag Archives: individuality

Conformity be gone!

by cheri sabraw Behind a zebra’s pattern of stripes and curves and slants, Lie fundamental questions that trigger gripes and nerves and rants. We look somewhat alike, with tails and ears and eyes, We eat and drink in jovial style … Continue reading

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by cheri granola I took my granddaughters to the newly named Oregon Zoo, formerly known as the Portland Zoo. Aside from the fact that, unbeknownst to me, my homemade sandwich fell out of the backpack that I had strapped to … Continue reading

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The Tree of Ténéré

by cheri The last acacia tree still standing bravely against the harsh Nigerien sun and the raging and thirsty winds of the Sahara Desert fell in 1973, the arborial victim to a drunk driver. It’s hard to believe that with no … Continue reading

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