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Melvina Germain

Rookie (April 5/1945 / Sydney, Nova Scotia)

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  • Rookie Tara very irritated with PH injustice (11/4/2007 11:59:00 AM)

    A lady poet with a heart and a fine pen. t x

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  • Rookie - 2 Points Shelley L Baxter-Stanley (5/15/2007 2:05:00 PM)

    Well, if I were to describe Melvina as a person, I would have to say first of all she has a beautiful caring soul! She is not only beautiful inside, she is also very much a Beautiful woman of color outside as well. She is very intelligent, driven and just a joy to be around because she uplifts all who know her! Or whomever is blessed enough to come in contact with her excellent poetry.She turns frowns upside down!
    She was blessed with a Great caring man that Loved her greatly...and to whom she loved very much for many years...and still does to this day.Richard will be remembered and remain living in our memories til the day we all go Home to be together again...as it will be two years on September 19th since he went home to be with the Lord...
    I am blessed to know her, honestly she has been a blessing in my life many times.
    As for her poetry she gets better and better everyday and has the ability to write about many topics...very diverse in her abilty to write, speeches and poetry.
    She is a great christian lady with many values and many talents and I pray God continues to bless her..and us with her presence for many, many, many years to come.From my mouth to Gods ears...
    Thank you for being you Melvina! !
    (((Hug)))
    Love your ((other)) daughter......
    Shelley

  • Rookie Emilia Young (12/3/2006 1:10:00 AM)

    Wow! What a vivid experience you've penned...well, certainly not your time...yet...we look forward to reading more of your work!
    God be with you,
    blessings,
    Emilia :)

(502) Meant to be

I saw the flicker in your eyes,
your beautiful porcelain smile.
I watched you closely as you
walked down the aisle.

I saw the sway in your hips,
the confidence in your walk.
The pertness of your lips,
as you listened to your minister

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