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Im a mother to a beautiful babyboy. His name is Christopher, but I call him Cj. <3 He's my everything. I am 19 years old. I grew up in South Warren, which is right next to Detroit, it pretty much is Detroit. I may be young, but I have struggled with life. Growing up I didn't have much. My mom was never around, she gave up. My Dad is mean, selfish, conniving, and don't know how to deal with his ... more »
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Ashley Perkins PoemsWhat They See In You
I sometimes imagine the life you will live, I think of the happiness your presence will give.... more »
In this life, I’ve learned a lot of things,
never knowing what your going to get,
or what people may bring.
They promise to love you and they promise to care,... more »
Sad songs, long written letters,
I feel my life getting worse,
I’m in love with you,... more »
No matter where you are, or what you do,
Your always going to be my best friend,
no matter what we go though.
Anytime I need a friend, I know you’ll always be there,... more »
It's Okay Now
Since I am out of your house now,
I have so much to say to you.
You always put your burdens on us and made us feel low, too.
We never understood why you hated us so much,... more »
In the corner of the room, a little girl sits.
She feels out of place, as if she don’t fit.
She thinks the world hates her, everyone in sight.
She may never open her eyes to what is really right.... more »
What Happened To Us
For once in my life, I have to say,
you were the first to steal my heart away.
I can’t tell you everything I feel, I held so much faith in you,
I thought you were my dream come true.... more »
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What They See In You
I sometimes imagine the life you will live, I think of the happiness your presence will give.
They will see the joy in your face come day, and come night,
and yet once again when they know your dreams will take flight.
They will feel the hope that will grow with your motherly grace
and they'll see all the happiness they put on your face.
Not everything will be peaches and cream, especially when they become a bunch of hard headed teens.