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SINGLE MOTHER… Part Three

Single Mother part three Now we’ve become a trilogy, you see The oldest one of my two sons Just turned 18 new life’s begun Moving fast, his world’s spinning Not at the start or the beginning And I can’t hit

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I’m about to drop some rage on this paper on this page New York City Family court is just false hope, a horror stage You show up for the process with your papers and you pray That justice will be

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OBSERVATIONS OF MY THIRTEEN YEAR OLD SON

OBSERVATIONS OF MY THIRTEEN YEAR OLD SON Where did the time go you were just a little boy I’ve turned around and you’re not little anymore. You are tall, dark and handsome, funny and kind Your mind is developing, getting

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UNCONDITIONAL LOVE

This love is given to me everyday. Freely.I am humbled by its pureness, its lack of motive, its generosity and consistency. It comes in a very small package and yet it is huge and expansive. In spite of the way

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“RING OF FIRE…Let Me Get South Indian On You”

I was recently given a prompt in a writing class I’m taking which was “Do you love hot and spicy foods or do you avoid them for fear of what tomorrow might bring?”  Here’s my answer, what’s yours? That being

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There Is None Like She and There Will Never Be

June 11, 2010 I have a very good friend of mine actually she’s the tops We met years ago on a hectic day, when I saw her I had to stop I walked in and said “hello nice to meet

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Welfare “Servants” I Think Not

Welfare Servants I think not Just a number on their clock Why did you choose to serve the public We burden you are you above us? Pressure pounding in my brain Head exploding insane in pain No relief I take

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KITCHEN TABLE

Times gone by Of yesteryear The family tied Made all so clear Kitchen table All surround Mother cooks Clanging sounds Pull out the table Bring in a chair Hurry up Your Father’s here Butter, bread Milk, plates Fill the glasses

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SINGLE MOTHER… Part One

                Single Mother how can this be, this was not supposed to be my reality you see I was raised by Betty Crocker, to cook, clean and wash, make all of the beds,

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SISTER SIBLING SAVES THE DAY… AGAIN!

During the holiday season many families gather together to share customs, beliefs and traditions to enjoy holiday cheer. My family is the same. We go to my sister’s house to celebrate Christmas. Going to my sister’s house for dinner has

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THE LIMB OF MY TREE… Family

There is a limb, a branch of a tree The limb that I speak of is humbly me This limb is a branch that grows from a tree A tree strong and ancient, wisdom, family The roots of this tree

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Boys To Men

              Trying to raise boys into men No time to put paper with pen Sitting on the dock of the bay As my sons’ flip flop floats away Earlier this morning the same bay

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Single Mother- Part Two

Single mother how can this be This is not supposed to be my reality But it is today there are just three Ravi, James and finally me I am mom and dad everyday Which used to make me sad but

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