Mobile In Mobile


On my way to Oregon,
ready to pick her up,
I finally made it,
out of Florida,
with my pick up truck.
Crossing into Alabama,
I'm just taking in the sites,
of Tuscaloosa, Montgomery, and Mobile,
that is even prettier at night.
Watching the naval ship yard,
I see the beautiful sea,
hit against the old battleship's side.
Alright, now get me out of here,
because I forgot,
it is college football season,
and I hate the Alabama Crimson Tide.

I'm in it for the ride
And not for any other reason

My bag is packed and I'm ready to go,
I can't wait to see you,how I love you so,
On our way back to Florida, we'll take in the sites,
We will stop at nice little motels to stay the nights,
We will eat breakfast at the diner and get our coffee to go,
I am ready and waiting my love, for us to be on the road,
We will be together, traveling through God's beautiful country,
I can't wait my love, for it to be just you and me
I love you so much Dion

Stopping the truck to watch a sheath of cottonmouths cross the road. Seth thought, “I could just run over this mess; but God probably didn’t
go to the trouble to make anything he didn’t love so best let it be.”
new moon
drinks from lake

  • Authors: Dion P. Crown (Pseudonym), sorenbarrett, Crowns4Christ, Jerry Reynolds
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  • Finished: April 4th, 2022 08:30
  • Limit: 6 stanzas
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  • Comment from author about the poem: This piece is supposed to be humorous, and the, 'her', that I am referring to is my wife who is in Oregon for the moment. I hope you enjoy this piece. Be nice. Husbands love your wives. Jesus gives salvation, and Persistence is key.
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