Montezuma Girls

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This is a poem dedicated to friendship

Submitted: September 02, 2016

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Submitted: September 02, 2016



70’s babies who came of age in the 80’s


Hard to believe we are now middle aged ladies


Remembering those Jr. High School days


And our little miss prissy ways


Sneaking on the phone to talk to boys


We were scared as hell to talk to them after the games because our brothers and their friends would always talk noise


Watching the video and singing along to Don’t Be Cruel


Going to the school dances to listening to the Emotions and acting a fool


Arguing over whose man was going to be Ralph or Bobby


Why couldn’t we have done normal things like play Sorry and Monopoly?


Instead we wanted Boone’s Farm


Strawberry Hill never caused us any harm


But MD 20/20 and Thunderbird would have us puking all over the place


And swearing we weren’t hungover, lying to our mama’s face


Such innocent and sweet smiles


Hiding the fact that we were some wild child’s


Good at heart


But wanted to be grown after dark


I often think of those times with a smile


Wishing I could go back in time for just a little while


Life was so carefree back then


Our only worry was getting before it got too late so we wouldn’t get a whippin


I can still see of all of us sitting on the stairs


Eating Cynthia and Jean’s rice crispies with no worries or cares


1425 Montezuma Street brought us all together


And bonded us as sisters forever <3


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