Scott Stanley Davis

Rookie - 46 Points (Indianapolis, Indiana)

Scott Stanley Davis Poems

1. Sweet Caroline 4/23/2013
2. Armenian Pearl 4/21/2013
3. My Daughter 4/20/2013
4. Simply Shirley 4/20/2013
5. Lady 4/20/2013
6. Mercy's Nurse 4/20/2013
7. Lacy 4/20/2013
8. She Watches The Watchers 4/20/2013
9. Receptionist Mary 4/20/2013
10. My Little Brother 4/20/2013
11. Angels I'Ve Seen 4/15/2013
12. Change Inevitable 4/13/2013
13. Sister And Friend 4/13/2013
14. Precious Fruit 6/27/2013
15. Mercy 6/8/2013
16. High Above The Earth 6/1/2013
17. In The Arms Of Love 9/8/2013
18. The Executive 4/12/2013
19. Autumn Changes 10/6/2013
20. My Dentist 4/12/2013
21. Creation 4/12/2013
22. Mother 4/4/2013
23. Devoted Wife 4/4/2013
24. Best Friend 4/4/2013
25. Little One In The Middle One 11/27/2013
26. A Metaphorical Message 3/9/2016
27. What English Demands 3/9/2016
28. For Mica 4/19/2013
29. Seeds 5/5/2013
30. Night Rain 5/18/2013
31. Why Do I Fall In Love? 4/12/2013
32. Quiet Confidence 4/12/2013
33. My Granddaughter 5/9/2013

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My Granddaughter

I have a granddaughter and to my surprise, she has been right there by my side; The first time I cared for her, she lifted her head, and looked for her mother, but I was there instead; When all others went out to play; she would look for me that day, and say I want to be with you okay? She helped me plant, flowers and plants and even built me a house for my ants; I taught her how to dance and dance, and boy could she just prance and prance, it just put me into a trance; She calls me Grandfather and doesn't understand it, then when Others announce it, for they then mispronounce it, its just ...

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A seed can grow as big as a tree, as tall as a building, now how can this be? how can such things so small as a seeds, grow into so many things; Seeds are a wonderful thing to me, for they bring life to everything; Some are so small you can barely see them on the ground. but there growth is so profound; They blow in the wind until they find a place

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