LaShawanda Ivey

Rookie - 10 Points (06/30/74 / Charlotte)

Maggie - Poem by LaShawanda Ivey

I'm trying to remember your face or your voice
It's starting to be like a faded dream
I remember your hugs, You use give
hugs like you was hugging a bear
You would squeeze so tight
I remember the smell in the kitchen
When you are cooking Sunday dinner
It makes your mouth water and you
would want sample it.
I remember you use to bake these
cheese cake square desserts
that tasted like sweet cheese
I remember the crezy nick names
You had for all of you Grand Children
IF ONLY I COULD HEAR YOUR
VOICE OR SEE YOUR FACE
I WOULD PAY A MILLION BUCKS

I MISS YOU MAGGIE

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 11, 2014


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