My father.you know I'm only seven.
Howard be my last name.
My Mama has come home-
I don't know what I've done.
She went to buy a loaf of bread.
Now that she's back from 7-Eleven.
Please forgive me for trying to pass
the football.and forgive those
who tried to pass the football to me.
Lead us into my room for PlayStation-
but call us when the pizza is delivered
(it's under my Mama name, Gloria).
'Cause my Mama house is clean and
she needs time to shower.
but not forever and ever.
Amen. Poems 31 is a collection that showcases the talents of Donald Anthony King as a writer and poet. Each poem brings to life a written style, that embraces his own unique way of sharing his creative thoughts and feelings through poetry and prose. Each poem may have a different rhythm and rhyme, but each composition possesses workmanship quality, that will tantalize your interest. With titles such as 'Sunday best", 'I Heal Good!" and 'Can I get an Amen!"-this author's poetic words will challenge and stimulate readers to think creatively about the true meaning behind each work.