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Malikye
by Martika Jade Williams

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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this poem I wrote about my son when he was two. He is now three, nearly four.

My son may only be two

But he is the centre of my universe

Wot duz he get n how doz it affect him

Will it make him depressed or make him ecstatic

I doubt he will understand or care

Malikye is pretty t6all

Around the same height as 5 year old Kallum

Same height n just as stuborn n violent

Yet he whines and cries just lyk Gabreyal

I try by giving him everything I can afford

He luvz getting along wiv alotta ppl

Young at his age n adultz at mine

Woteva age floatz hiz boat


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Reviewed by jude forese 1/18/2012
your vernacular is stunning ...
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 1/18/2012
At two or three, a poem doesn't matter to him, but it matters a lot to you. If he is so tall I am afraid he's getting some of those hormones from all the junk they put in food. To face the future, give him love, but don't give him things. Give him warmth, security, knowledge, and wisdom, but don't give him everything he wants to eat or have. Let him find his own way. Do not try too hard to track it for him. For he must face the future on his own, not his mommy's child.

Ron
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