George otto Becker
Greatest Woman - Poem by George otto Becker
The lady so real.
Who gave you her life.
She worked so hard for you and into the night.
You needed her car and all of her dime.
As you worked and lived you never had time.
With her heart on the line.
Your childrens diapers she did design.
With you and your wife the payment you declined.
She put off her life to raise your brats did she.
And you laugh at her because your family she does need.
With your money and ways and the folks you dismay.
In stupidity you did pay.
Asking her back after all that.
You should pray.
A perfect lady was she watching your kids while your away.
And if it were up to me your life should decay.
I truly believe the mirror that sits in restroom you should look.
And see a monster never found in any book.
For my friend Dawna Gayle.
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