Carolyn Sears

Rookie (March 30-1950 / Magnolia, Arkansas)

Who I Am - Poem by Carolyn Sears

I am who I am and nothing more
I live in the country and my accent
Is quite rough..
I sent a teardropp to heaven for a bit
Of sunshine..
I love to smile in fact I love laughter

Even better..
I aged a bit but I did it with posh!
My life is just a medley of songs..
I love the Temptations but I can’t
Forget Toby Keith..
I love Bill Withers singing grandma’s
Hands..
Let’s not forget Sam Cooke singing
The last mile of the way,

And to top it all off with I trust you
Lord by Rev.Donnie McClurkin,
I go to a small church sitting off in
The woods..
Once you have been dipped into this
Little church company,
I promise..
Your light will never dim,
When life comes at you and hit you
Like a raging storm..

The waters will be calm
Like you are sitting on dry
Land..
I am who I am and nothing
More..
But Hey! !
I love the blues

And when I’m doing the mess
Potato..
I cannot be beat..
Hey! !
Believe in yourself!
“I do


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 3, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011


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