Lee Wells

(O'Neill, Nebraska)

Class In Session - Poem by Lee Wells

As I got my coffee and doughnut one day
Noticed in another room class was under way
Although could not hear what was in session
As I listened to questions after questions You see grandma was the instructor of class
Of granddaughters what was used and to pass
I'm sure these lasses will know how to do it
When they make cherry pie, they don't use the pit Oh if more grandma's and mother's took the time
To show little ones many ways to stretch a dime
Yes to receive a blessing one day at a time
And see the results to ring their heart's chime.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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