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About Me and My Poetry

Born 1935 in a half dug out near the " Packsaddle Bridge," within five miles of the small town of Camargo,Oklahoma, growing up during the Dust Bowl days and amid the early days of the Texas Panhandle Oil Fields, observing WW 11 as a child, graduating from Borger,Texas High School and marrying in the early fifties, raising two children Tonya and Brenton through the sixties and seventies and taking care of her parents and parent-in-laws through the nineteen nineties has given Omajean Lewis a unique perspective on life. When not traveling and enjoying her family with her husband Dalton of 63 years, Oma is active as an artist, photographer,poet and writer. In 2012 she was chosen, "Pampa Fine Arts Association, Artist of The Year." In the year 2015 Omajean had a Poetry Book published Titled,"Beyond the Packsaddle Bridge."

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"Styling and Profiling," 
That's what his sister says.
He's pulling out all stops,
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Three teeth lost on vacation,
One grandson busy as a bee,
Loosing his baby teeth,
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When my father was a young lad,
Wanting to learn how to swim,
His brothers took him to the river,
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One of my favorite places to remember,
Is the second bridge over a shallow creek,
The sand was white, silky and smooth,
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In a wagon down a dusty road we traveled,
Toward the ole' river bed,
I was scared to my bones,
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In this winter gilded castle,
With the icicles all around,
The snow gently enfolds me,
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God reached out and saw you through,
Having a design he alone knew,
He sent Angels hovering low,
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Red sandy hills as far as the eye can see,
Scrubby jack oaks with acorns veiled by green leaves,
Black crows soaring high in the bright blue sky above,
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My mother once told a story.
When her sisters were young girls,
How they saved water in a rain barrel,
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When I crossed the opera house foyer,
Nostalgia surrounded me from head to toe,
Three flights of stairs elevated upwards,
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