Rhonda Baker

The Fourth - Poem by Rhonda Baker

Independence day, a day to celebrate freedom; in all of it's glory
To remember our country's long long story
A day to be with our family and friends
To forget about work and all of life trends
To just sit back, like an old hound dog
Or like my Mom would say ' a bump on a log'
To sit in the sun and while away the day
To be like a child and simply play
Free to do just as you please
Anything, anywhere... you hold the keys

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 19, 2008

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