Catlin L. Crawford

Rookie (December 31 1988 / Dayton, Ohio)

When I Think Of Home - Poem by Catlin L. Crawford

When I think of 'home' I think of cherry pies
When I think of 'home' I think of mulberry trees
When I think of 'home' I think of butterflies
When I think of 'home' I think of bumble bees

When I think of 'home' I think of hummingbirds
When I think of 'home' I think of sun brewed tea
When I think of 'home' I think of morning walks
When I think of 'home' I think of Grandma and me

When I think of 'home' I think of hidden trails
When I think of 'home' I think of lullabies
When I think of 'home' I think of signs of spring
When I think of 'home' I think of pumpkin pies

When I think of 'home' I think of bedtime stories
When I think of 'home' I think of I think of honeysuckle
When I think of 'home' I think of roses blooming
When I think of 'home' I can't help but chuckle

Because when I think of 'home' I think Heaven
When I think of 'home' I think of all thats kind
When I think of 'home' I think of dancing
When I think of 'home' Grandma comes to mind


Comments about When I Think Of Home by Catlin L. Crawford

  • Rookie Madison Rayon (5/28/2009 9:15:00 PM)

    hmmm... i really like this. grandma is exactly who I think of at the mention of home also! (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie MCKENZi : ] (2/11/2008 6:49:00 PM)

    no place like home, right? haha. great poem. i can picture your image of home in my mind. great. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 20, 2011


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