Jessica lee Workman
Saturday's Fun - Poem by Jessica lee Workman
In my life you're the one thing I fear,
And before you die, this you must heard.
Everyday we were out to play,
we'd laugh and joke, and together we'd stay.
Even Saturday we'd go to the mall.
our great are greatest day never to fall.
We had our favorite restaurant and we loved to eat,
in our famous foot race, I was never to be beat.
I was so happy my face was never to frown.
And as years past bye.
and our relationship bond grew tighter and tighter
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