mariena soares

Rookie (july 18,1991 / Hawaii)

Telephone Poem - Poem by mariena soares

Cans and strings and backyard trees
Giggles coming through the wire
Summer mud pies lemonade stands
Hang Up No You Hang Up First

Potatoes must be piled mile high
Then you add the leaves
Daddies always light the fires
Hang Up No You Hang Up First

Marriage children divorce jobs
Ambitions eat our days away
Girl I miss our silly times
Hang Up No You Hang Up First

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 23, 2009

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