Tamara Lieber

Rookie (5/18/68 / Eldorado, Arkansas)

Jeremy - Poem by Tamara Lieber

With excitability and certain measure,
Calculations and nimble fingers,
You run, jump, and manuver with expertise.
A twinkle in your eyes of blue,
A brief glimpse of the inner you.
The electronic game, worked with ease,
A combination of anger and breeze.
A twist and shout, grumbles of frustration,
Then the instant of realization.
All is easy once you know,
The way to win and road to go.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 31, 2005



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