Treasure Island

Malik Seven Navarre

(August 30,1999 / New Orleans)

Me and My Mom


Me and my mom...
We're like peanut butter and jelly.
But sometimes we're different,
Like shrimp and cookies.

Our eyes are the same,
We have dog who's tamed.
But now he's in heaven.
Our names Sparkle and Seven.

We have our problems,
And many should know-
That we still love each other,
And that's how things go.

She has her husband,
I have my father.
I have my sisters,
And she has her daughters.

Me and my mom,
Forever and ever.
Me and my mom,
It couldn't get better.
Me and my mom...<3

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014
Edited: Thursday, May 15, 2014

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