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  I Was a Tomboy
by D. L. Vegas
Sunday, August 05, 2012
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One advandage of being a tomboy-boys never messed with me...



At a young age
I played army,
Cowboys and Indians


I was better at
Basketball, baseball
And football, then any boy

I 'd climb trees
Never fell out
I was a tomboy

I preferred
Wearing pants
When I got home from school

Yes, I was a tomboy
To this day-
I guess I still am

 




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Reviewed by pat medlin
i luv having been a tomboy...and the way you decribed it. i wrote on the same thing in 'a most peculiar child'...think you got it better...i of course liked this...thanks
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
I was a tomboy too! I had three older brothers and lived in a neighborhood full of boys. I wore hand me downs. I wasn't as tough as you sound but I was a tomboy!

Love ya!

Jane
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
Tomboy or Girly..being
true to oneself is what
really matters *Deborah*

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
I was a boy growing up as I don't look too good in a dress so I couldn't have been a girl...;-) e
Reviewed by steve Chering
you were not better that being a boy than I was! because..I was a boy! lol
great poem good work.
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley
I'm still a tomboy, but I have told you this before. Never been a girly girl although there are times I do wear dresses... depends on my mood.

I was better at basketball too, I was quite tall for a girl back then, have shrunk with age thank goodness LOL

Love and Light
Lily
Reviewed by Budd Nelson
and just what was and is wrong with being a tomboy..be who you are Diana..stay true to you..that is important.
budd
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