Birthday Poem

Well my sister is supposed to be writing a poem for my great-grandmother's 105th birthday. She is still alive. I was trying to tell her that she should write a name-acrostic poem. She didn't want to. So I wrote one to tell her that they could be nice.

Bernetta V. Smith

© Kennedie Lightfoot
Beautiful inspiring woman
Everyone always looks up to you
Running everything perfectly
Never saying or being mean
Everyone loves you
Telling you grand and great grand and great great grand and even great great grand children never to lie or be inconsiderate
Telling them to be true to others as well as themselves
Always being you and nobody else

Vivacious woman long-lived

Someone with your characteristics has something worth living for
Many people as well as myself admire you
I would hope to grow into the strong and lovely woman that we all look upon
The things you do are wonderful
Has anyone ever told you this.

--Kennedie Lightfoot--

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Published: Mar 2011

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