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Bethie

Poem by: Staplink

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Submitted: October 12, 2011

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Submitted: October 12, 2011

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Everytime I think of you and your brother

Or your father or your mother

I always think of that old dead guy Mr. Rodgers

Or else Mr. Graf playing golf with the golfers.

 

You love the Lord very much

And often have a rigid moral hunch.

You are now counted among the sophomores

And are probably ready to walk out of Wheaton North’s doors.

 

You aren’t one of the girly girls

All preppy with dance routines and twirls.

More tomboyish in nature and it’s not a slight

Or slim detail that you instantly would show up and fight.

 

Your name is Beth which means home.

Right now you live in your parent’s dome.

Keep being prudent and smart

And continue to keep Jesus first in your heart.

 


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