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Raggity Andy & Gentleman Sam


Andy loved walking hand in hand,

Loved traveling with Sam,

Eating peanuts dried,

Tasting cooked peanuts,

Think their called boiled,

One day Sam mase some,

I forgot the rule about two cooks one kitchen,

Always ask before chucking someone elses project.

Love the dry peanuts except the salt,

Not as good,

Watching Sam drive,

Thinking of her fairy garden,

Imagining our life,

Sam’s parents hated Andy Val,

I found that hard,

How do you blindly hate someone who loves your daughter,

It was like a lifetime in a moment,

I found that talking to my friends is wrong,

Silly me I thought unless we shared friends my thoughts were mine,

It was joining the Marine Corps all over,

I was so proud,

….Andy Val could not at 26 run a mile and a half,

One minute a Marine,

Then a failure,

.I still think its wrong for others to judge my time in the Marine Corps.

I harmed no one, I served with pride,

I tried to have a home for Sherry and myself

I had put $10000 on my first ever home at sixty three to give her a home away from Georgia.

I’m proud of wearing the Army Green,

Graduating into USARMY,

Nothing but maybe this matched Sam asking me to marry her,

Every lesbian should hear those words once,

Those words from my Sam are priceless,

This poets feelings and heart will always keep unto only her.

Whether we are never together.

My friend Paul’s wife’s and American and Paul lives in Canada.

I shall always hold Sherry Sam in my heart with my dogs and cats and my ladies that I lived and worked for.

That’s all I need to say.

Good day to one and all.


Published by Val's Whitewolf Books

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.

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