Kovan White

Rookie (December 5th,1981 / Pasadena)

What A Difference A Year Makes - Poem by Kovan White

What a difference a year makes
Just ten months ago I was looking for a place to stay
Trying to get away from a female who only wanted to play

Around that is, I’m not sure but I think she did

There are some people who just weren’t might to be
The dust has settled and now I can finely see
That Taneesha Handy, no-no Taneesha White is mint for me

Look at us now, about to move into our own home
Taneesha and I, after all these years, my how we’ve both grown

Into two mature adults, nothing can stop us now
Look at our X’s mean muggings us, but all we can do is smile

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 20, 2005

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