Jamie Alexander Poems
- Down Here I Called Her Mama For a moment, Dear Lord, I'd like...
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I started writing little one stanza poems when I was ten to read in church. I just wish I could draw or play a musical instrument so I could design my own greeting cards or write songs. Anyway, I'm grateful to be able to express myself this way and I truly appreciate the opportunity to share them with all of you. My poems are pretty simple, but they come from my heart. more »
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Down Here I Called Her Mama
For a moment, Dear Lord, I'd like to refrain
From the tears I've shed at your knee
And send up a heartfelt 'Thank You'
For the angel you sent down to me
Angelic she was, in every way
This treasure you sent from above
Down here I called her Mama
And she answered me with love
From my earliest memory of my smallest deed
I looked up into a face filled with pride
If I didn't win the race, or didn't even place
All that mattered to her was that I tried
She was my pat on the back when I did a good job
When I failed, she was always my shoulder