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Mommy’s Love

So I’ve writ a few lines And some of them rhyme But what I want to express Is still put to the test Because I love you more Than this mommy knows how To share how my dreams Are complete Like a drum finds a beat My heart overflows And your smile always shows What […]

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Poem For Baby

My first thought changes Each time I try to say And tears stream down When words have a way Of failing to tell They have a well Of love so deep When I watch my baby sleep And he’s brought more joy My little baby boy Than a smile reveals Than a thief ever steals […]

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Ma n Pa

Ma n Pa from broken homesGrowin up too fastBut not aloneStill so youngJust a girl in schoolHaving a babyTryin to be coolPapas gotta workAint nothin newBut they like to partyDrugs n boozeGonna go cruiseIn the lowrider tonightAnd after the partyThere’s gona be a fightCause hurt peopleHurting peopleSo much angerExplosive temperBut love will last through it […]

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Being Goofy

Do you love a poem?If you love a poemLove a homeLove a mealLove a thrillWrite it downGoing roundLike a ferris wheelOr a magic clownOn the townSitting downLike your puppy Brown and furry softLikes to tossAnd catch a ballDon’t let it fallHave it allJust smile tilYou find you willWalk and talkDown the hillOn the beachOut of […]

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Politics Poem

Politics politicsEverybodys talkin bout itTaxes and congressBudgets and deficitsSocialists capitalistsToo many promisesFighting for freedomWar is in seasonVoting and marchingPoliticing zoo

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No Fight Left

No fight leftOnly tearsNo whys leftOnly fearsAnd a poem or twoWhen I’m feeling blueAnd weary of sorrowWaiting for tomorrowAnd a ray of sunWhen this is all doneCause the storm cloudsOf lifeAre trying this wifeAnd the falling rainCan’t wash away the painOr bring back a smileEven for a whileWaiting for a rainbowTo pierce through the grayAnd […]

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Feel The Pain

Feel the painHear the rainBeating on my heartLike shards of glassMaking a passThe blood becomesMy artHere againOn the pageWhen will it endWhen will it mendBring againA needle soYour stitch mightFix my love for himOr is this the endTell me whenTo close this bookNot one more look

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