Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 48,706 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Give Me Mimmie - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

Give me Mimmie.
Her honesty I accept.
Give me Mimmie.
What she does,
It's done at her best!

She 'may' have a flaw.
Not too many I have seen.
She's my oldest 'and' younger sister.
And when she whips her dander up...
Watch out!
She can let off some steam.

A jewel, a star...
A bright light shining.
Never to complain,
She refrains from whining.
Wife, mother and devoted grandmother too.
She says she has retired!
But from what?
She's 'so' busy.
She's always finding something to do!

Give me Mimmie.
Her honesty I accept.
Give me Mimmie.
What she does,
It's done at her best!

She's funny when she says she is going to relax.
By preparing a meal for fifty or more people...
For some function at her church,
Where she is very active at!

She doesn't hesitate,
To express the wisdom that she has.
It's sharp and quite clear,
To whomever it is passed.
And she entertains with humor.
When she jokes,
You are going to laugh.
She's quite accomplished...
Undertaking several task!

Yes...
Give me Mimmie.
Her honesty I accept.
Give me Mimmie.
What she does,
It's done at her best!


Dedicated to:
My sister Andrea Doreen 'Mimmie' Pertillar Dixon

'Love you, young lady! '
Larry

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008



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