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Honorable men

When I was young mail was on time,

Letters sent arrived,

No mailman stokd from the mail.

Honor ruled,

In the Heike household of my youth,

Every year my dear mom would say,

This year Christmas will be small,

In Macon Georgia one of the postman steals from post boxes!

There isn’t any honor if what is sent to loved ones is stollen!

Jesus Christ, there is Nothing Merry in stollen gifts!

We always had small cool gifts,

One large one (gift)and fruit,

Mother would do a huge meal for us,

Meat, mashed potatoes,

Candied yams,

Green beans creamed,gravy,

Green and black olives for fingers,

Pumkin and apple pie,

And for afternoon card playing munching moms bridge mix and hot cider,

The apples cut and froze with fixings on,

This is my first year without knowing mom and Ellen lived somewhere.

As long as I breath I will miss them and wish my half sister their murder dead.

I sent three things to Georgia,

Three the last one stollen by a mail man,

We have lost other things.

I order online from Walmart,see,

Large stuff Walmart sends by FedEx,

Some stuff comes from their manufacture and arrive in the mail.

He things mailed are never seen again.

Thriftbook ordered Always arrive,

Funny that!


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Val's Whitewolf Media Anchor PodCast. I write here on WordPress. I believe that everyone should tell their story and that every book is a learning tool that will help those of us who are writers become better at our craft.I'm learning plus becoming more confident as an empath its important to share and touch with my heart others harmed by others words. I sell books on Pango.

2 thoughts on “Honorable men

  1. It’s me Val is talking about.
    Three years ago, I bought beautiful cards from Hallmark. They were cards that played music or could have a light on and stand up on its own. Like a gift and card that can last a life time.

    I sent cards to my adopted brother and sister-in-law in Ireland and one to my friend in the UK, my buddy in Prince Edward Island and to my friend in Newfoundland and several across America.

    I spent lots of money to bring cheer to my friends.

    They never made it to my friends.

    I went to the post office and they checked the addresses so they could track them.

    “Sorry ma’am, they were never mailed” the said.

    They never even investigated the whole thing.

    This happened with every holiday and birthday.

    My mother lives 20 minutes away and never received my cards for birthday, Easter, etc.

    Now I have to change my address. It’s the same zipcode but different mail carrier.


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