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By Patricia Mcgurk Martin
She doesn't have to be beautiful, the Keishas of this world, but they did catch my eye over the years to write this short poem. I saw a young woman, really girl, in the Chinatown MacDonalds recently and rewrote this censored poem. I hope you enjoy!!
By Regine Luvs U
Keisha Jamison was just another Person in a crowd. With silky blonde hair, foamy sea green eyes, a beautiful smile, and a serious attitude, she was a selfish girl with the problem child of her high school. A sudden change in atmosphere changes all that when she moves from the snowy side of Grand...