Connie Webb

Connie Webb Poems

41. After The Fire 4/13/2007
42. That One Word 11/5/2009
43. Good Riddance 2/7/2010
44. Emerge 1/10/2009
45. Ode To A Refrigerator 8/2/2008
46. Middle Of The Night Poem 5/8/2008
47. Parents Be Careful What You Say To Children 5/27/2008
48. Valentine's Isn'T Just For Lovers 2/14/2008
49. Gratitude 4/13/2007
50. Under The Influence Of Nature 4/8/2006
51. In Honor Of Phoebe Sofia - Earthquake Survivor From The Himalayan Village Moori Patan In Pakistan 3/22/2006
52. The Mushrooms 3/25/2006
53. To Believe 2/2/2008
54. Something Profound To Say 4/13/2007
55. Spring Rain In Northern California 4/2/2006
56. Was That Rainbow Placed There By You? 6/26/2008
57. In Memory Of A Wonderful Teacher 2/22/2009
58. On Loneliness 4/1/2006
59. I Haven'T Been On The Computer Lately 5/18/2006
60. Maturity? 7/4/2006
61. Overcoming 7/4/2006
62. A Healthier Easter 4/5/2007
63. Plagiarizer Contemplation 4/13/2006
64. Poets Needing To Be Heard 3/22/2006
65. I Am Me 3/25/2006
66. Christmas 3/25/2006
67. Oh Why Can’t I Tell Him? 3/31/2006
68. Who Is The Best? 4/17/2006
69. Solitude 4/11/2006
70. Haiku Time 3/25/2006
71. Phony People 4/5/2007
72. Self-Worth 1/5/2013
73. When I'M Gone 8/18/2008
74. Remembering Him 8/26/2006
75. Trains And A Great Uncle 4/2/2006
76. In Memory Of My Departed Mom 5/9/2006
77. Limerick Time 4/11/2006
78. Mother’s Day Without You 5/12/2007
79. My Place Without A Heat Wave 7/22/2006
80. Pretty Nails 4/13/2007

Comments about Connie Webb

  • Goldy Locks (10/20/2007 11:45:00 AM)

    Authentic is as authentic does. That's Connie for you. Her self-questioning never rests. And that's nobility at its finest.

    best care
    sjg -~-

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Best Poem of Connie Webb

Mom And Time

When I was a girl
I told my friends
My mom is so mean
I wish she would stop telling me
What to do!

When I was a teen
I told my friends
My mom is so mean
She won’t let me stay out
Late at night!

When I was a young adult
I told my friends
My mom is so mean
She keeps calling me and wanting to talk
All the time!

Now that she is gone
I wish she would tell me what to do
Tell me to not stay up so late
Call me and talk for hours
And I lied
My mom was not so mean
She was being a mom
And showing she cared
Mom, I love ...

Read the full of Mom And Time


She still likes Christmas even though she ain’t religious
She likes gathering around the lighting of the big tree
With dressed up in velvet carolers singing joyously.

She likes the parade with lighted trucks and candy canes
The walks around town in winter nights
While looking at all the glowing lights.

The decorations are in stores way too soon

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