PATRICIA DOBROSIPEARSON Poems
|1.||Walking With George||4/23/2006|
|2.||Voltaire's White Bull||4/23/2006|
|3.||Firminting In My Oak Barrel||4/23/2006|
|4.||Tied To Nancy||2/4/2009|
|6.||A True Test Of Heart||2/4/2009|
|9.||Daddy Long Legs||2/4/2009|
|10.||How My Sister Got So Smart||2/4/2009|
|15.||River Of Clarity||4/23/2006|
|17.||Ms. Quoting A Diddly||4/23/2006|
|23.||The Master Plan||8/7/2013|
|24.||Well....... Jane Said! ! ! !||2/4/2009|
|25.||The Girl Who Cried Wolf||2/4/2009|
|26.||A Jewish Wedding||2/4/2009|
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A Jewish Wedding
Jane Doze - A Jewish Wedding
Hi, I'm Jane Doze and I have a story to tell you...
I have not been to many weddings. This one was pretty funny. My brother had poison oak and his face was swelled up so big he couldn't see out of his eyes. He had to walk around with an ice pack on his face all day. He was in the groom’s party so; he was wearing a tuxedo too!
My uncle was confused and said to me during the ceremony, ' I didn't know we were Jewish? ' I had to tell him that we aren't.
It all went by pretty fast actually. The Rabbi had the Bride and ...
Walking With George
I can hear the echo of your paws clammering against the concrete.
The bell rings but I cannot see any children recess.
Then you chase the squirrel up the tree.
You are definitely a hunting dog.
This time you seem more able to exersise your body.
Not over winded, drooling with exhaustion.
I no longer have to drag you by the leash.
I heard the sound of music playing.