Samantha Zimmerman

Rookie (August 12 1988 / BridgeWater, New Jersey)

Jersey Girl - Poem by Samantha Zimmerman

I am so pround to be a jersey girl
But, when ever i talk about jersey
everbody just ingores me.

I will always be a jersey girl inside
no matter how many times people
tell me to shut - up about it.

A lot of people pick on my
mother when she went to
her new work for the first
few mouths.

They called her a Damn Yankee
but, we both stand up to those stupid
Red Necks
like a Jersey girls always do.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 18, 2005



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