Jim is a builder in Richmond, VA who works with his brother to build custom additions and renovations. He lives with his wife and 5 children near Mechanicsville, VA. more »
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Mama had a worn out cloth bag
Hanging out on the line.
It was full of old clothespins
The wooden and the springy kind.
She used them when she hung the wash
Out on the line to dry.
I was too short to reach the line,
But that didn't mean I didn't try.
She said, 'Don't wish away a minute,
Time's such a precious thing.
You will reach the line in due time,
You don't know what tomorrow will bring.'
My Mother taught me to read
By reading poetry to me.
It was like shining a light in the darkness
Or teaching a blind man to ...