Snowflakes Fall Silently to the Ground
Snowflakes fall silently to the ground
hundreds of shapes and sizes are found.
Each glistening diamond quietly touches down
as snow flakes grow into a beautiful mound.
It’s a trick to our eyes that a most common sight
is quickly transformed into a winter delight.
Poetry and Art by Patricia Walter 1999 ©
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People always ask me, what I do and why I do it. So I have created a couple pages about my life, interests, accordion music and my pets.
I played in big bands, concert bands and orchestras most of my life. I played alto saxophone, clarinet and flute. I also loved accordion since I grew up in Cleveland and often heard polka bands. I took my first lesson in 1951 – many years ago! My ex and I had a duo we called “The Good Time Two.” We played dances, lounges and often outdoors.
Since half of the Good Time Two is gone, I play by myself. I played an electronic accordion with many organ sounds and orchestra sounds in the old days. It weighed 29 pounds and at 75, I am not able to
- A Lifeline of Hope
- Be At Peace With Yourself
- Hush of the Rain
- I’ll Finally Be There
- In the Garden
- Joyous Thoughts
- Life Changes
- Life is Bountiful
- May Tomorrow Be Better
- Nothing Seems Real
- Sometimes We Feel Alone
- Spiritual Poetry by Patricia Walter
- Thankful Poem by Patricia Walter
- The Garden
- The Highest Mountain
- The Pines at Night
- The Real Secret
- The Sunnyside of Darkness
- There Will Always Be A Sunrise
- To Do or To Be
- Tomorrow a Fulfilled Dream