Connie Webb

Connie Webb Poems

1. It's Okay I'M Growing Old 3/24/2006
2. Just For Fun 3/24/2006
3. The Suitor 3/24/2006
4. What Is Enough? 3/26/2006
5. Learning From The Robin's 4/11/2006
6. Nightmares 4/13/2006
7. Still 4/15/2006
8. Okay I Liked Disco 3/28/2006
9. Cookies 3/28/2006
10. I Don’t Really Want To Write Sad Poetry 3/31/2006
11. The Bone Density Test 4/4/2006
12. Life Really Is Good 4/9/2006
13. On The One 5/21/2006
14. You Meet The Criteria 4/11/2006
15. Fond Memory Of Us 7/22/2006
16. More Than Botox Beauty 1/21/2008
17. Positive 1/24/2008
18. The Smiling Path 1/26/2008
19. Even If I Thought Nobody Liked Me 4/20/2007
20. Eighteen Isn’t Long Enough To Live 2/5/2008
21. Who Will Save Us? 2/27/2008
22. Cast Out Labels 3/22/2008
23. Pray For Firefighters 6/28/2008
24. I Don'T Have, But I Have 7/25/2008
25. Fly Free Little Brother 10/30/2008
26. Anxiety 11/20/2008
27. He Found Another Woman 11/20/2008
28. Mistletoe 12/20/2008
29. Who Is Right? 5/27/2008
30. Knowing And Not Knowing In My Youth 6/9/2008
31. Criticism Rebellion 2/1/2010
32. Optimism Via My Departed Grandpa 2/2/2010
33. That Voice 2/3/2010
34. Letting Go 2/6/2010
35. Love 3/15/2009
36. Time, Time, Where Is It Going? 10/28/2009
37. Northern California Beach 2/8/2010
38. Just Because I Can'T 2/8/2010
39. After The Fire 4/13/2007
40. That One Word 11/5/2009
Best Poem of Connie Webb

Mom And Time

When I was a girl
I told my friends
My mom is so mean
I wish she would stop telling me
What to do!

When I was a teen
I told my friends
My mom is so mean
She won’t let me stay out
Late at night!

When I was a young adult
I told my friends
My mom is so mean
She keeps calling me and wanting to talk
All the time!

Now that she is gone
I wish she would tell me what to do
Tell me to not stay up so late
Call me and talk for hours
And I lied
My mom was not so mean
She was being a mom
And showing she cared
Mom, I love ...

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Raising Teens

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.

Your plans for them to go to college
Doesn’t mean they will do what you want them to do
You can try to mold them and shape them
Doesn’t mean they will follow through.

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