Dee Wright


(()) Brunch With Tiffany - Poem by Dee Wright

When I was
a little girl

I was
a tomboy

shinned trees
skinned my knees.

Now, I’ve become
a woman

I am
all woman

with a penchant
for toy boys

(there has to be an antidote dear
to my husband Timothy)

still skinning my knees
but with more

adult activities.

She smiled
pursed her lips

sipped her wine
remembering.

“Stop remembering
in front of me! ”

I scolded her.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2008



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