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This poem on friendship means friendship isn't just a word, it's more than a word could be. It means so many different things and not always just what we see. It's not only a true friendship poem but a love and friendship poem
A wonderful inspirational poem that has the ability to transport you through the beautiful words contained within.
Our Mother wrote a lot of wonderful inspirational poetry and inspirational poems in her lifetime. In this section we will introduce you to some of our mother's poetry written to both inspire you and to delight you.
As the crow flies is a well-know expression meaning the shortest distance between two points and it's also an Australian poem written by Stella P. Bell
A poem about a crusty outback dogger called Old Jack - doggers were blokes that hunted dingoes and collected a bounty for every scalp.
The Abandoned Shearing Shed is a sight you see quite often now in the outback of Australia and our Mother Stella P. Bell wrote a wonderful poem about it.
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