Tamara Lieber

Rookie (5/18/68 / Eldorado, Arkansas)

A Girlish Pair - Poem by Tamara Lieber

Little girls with silken hair,
The brightest eyes and skin so fair.
Raised like sisters, you argue and fuss,
Over silly things amusing to us.
Through good times and bad,
Both happy and sad;
We wish you the grandest life to be had.
So smart and beautiful are you girls,
There's no doubt you could rule all worlds.
But for now we will concentrate,
On tiny victories and less mistakes.
Study hard, this is only the beginning,
Of spelling and math and a lifetime of winning!

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 31, 2005

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