jamaya ewing

Rookie (JAN,29,1991 / FORT PIERCE FL.)

the day i met you


The first day i met you, you were holding me, crying out for me
The first day i met you i lost your voice i lost your touch
The first day i met you, i learn that you were my aunt
The day i met i was sure you were my mom
The day when i found you, you were more then just an aunt your my mom.
.
The day i met my mom i said i do
i do want you to be my mom
i do want to be love
i do want to be held
i do want to laugh
i do want to cry
i do
i do want to find you
but i did but in another way
you are everything in every way
my mom to be my mom you are
my mom who loves
my mom who cares
my mom who tries
my mom who cries
my mom who 's there
my mom who see's
the good
the bad
the wroung
the right
the furture
she knows for me is bright
my mom i love
my mom i care
my mom don't cry
my mom did try
my mom is
mother of many
M-MORICULOUS
O-OVERCOMER
T-TRUSTING
H-HONERABLE
E-EVER LOVING
R-RICH WITH LOVE
I LOVE YOU MOM

Submitted: Friday, May 09, 2008

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  • Rookie Jonson Jonson (5/24/2009 1:27:00 AM)

    susan you seem to know SO much about english yet you don't even know weather v. whether.

    weather - what will the weather be like tomorrow... hot, cold... temperature
    whether - i don't know whether i will come... (Report) Reply

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