Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
Ramona - Poem by Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
My Darling Ramona is very sweet
She works as a waitress at Jue's on Main Street
She sees us coming in the front door
And we like Chinese food all the more
She serves us with delicate grace
She brings us water and tea when we take our place
When we are ready to leave she brings us the ticket and
two Fortune cookies
We will return to see her to have more Chinese food
and two Fortune cookies
As she serves us and all others all the days
God will bless her in many ways
March 19,2006, Clarence A. Graham, Jr.
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