Biography of Connie Webb
I have lived in many places throughout the USA. Traveled to Mexico and Canada. Raised in a big family that moved a lot. Have had many different experiences with people, places and things since I am in middle-age now. Graduated from High School and Business College. Took some College Courses. Worked at various minimum wage jobs. Became a stay-at-home mom. Started writing when I was a little kid in diaries. Had my first article published in a local magazine in January 2006 and I jumped up and down when it happened - smile. Thanks for visiting my poem site.
Connie Webb's Works:
I have had some writings/poems published in College books.
Connie Webb Poems
Spring's Almost Here
Look around at the sky and trees Enjoy the sensation of the breeze The wind and rain will be over soon Spend time watching each flower bloom.
Standing Up For Myself
I will truly accept myself today No more worrying about what you say I will do what I really want to do No longer will I be controlled by you.
When the pain ended and the last tears fell, And I got out of my living and bitter hell, I found a strength as strong as steel, This strength I found is surely real.
Losing someone so special to you Someone you loved so dearly To lose that person Is the greatest loss ever.
I used to complain About my big funny looking feet And a friend said, “Hey they were made that way,
Saying Good-Bye To My Therapist
You helped me from the very start I was discouraged and sad But through the years with all your help Now my life is not so bad.
A Stay-At-Home Mom Was I
What can I tell you About the life I’ve lived Will I impress you With all the things I did?
Mother’s Day Without You
It is the second year Without you near, But I hold you in my heart My love will never part.
Mom And Time
When I was a girl I told my friends My mom is so mean I wish she would stop telling me
I can still be okay with me Even if you don't like me
You can make all the plans you want Doesn’t mean all will go your way You can motivate them with your words Doesn’t mean you will have the last say.
Sitting in Church Listening to sermons With white patent leather shoes A fancy dress and little white gloves
Their life is getting worse She just can’t stop drinking today, But she loves her kids And thinks perhaps rehabs the way.
They look at you and pretend That you are their friend Making casual talk And you want to walk
Just For Fun
Just for fun
Just sitting around doing nothing
Having no worries, no responsibilities
And sugar cereal
And more sugar cereal with extra sugar on it