Olivia Taylor

Rookie (August 29,1994 / Mercy Hospital)

A Mother's Words - Poem by Olivia Taylor

Your mother wants you to do certain things,
When you want to dance,
She tells you to sing,
When you want a necklace,
She says you need a ring,
You never want to do these things,
Not during winter, summer, fall, or spring


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 22, 2005



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