I spent a springtime day speaking with father times daughter! Mona Lisa remains her name!

Devon Bates 1980 (Norfolk)



Countless nights until infinity brought me back so I may see! All the blues and the golds, the yellows on leaves and mushrooms! To dawn till dawn, a life I made! The hawk flies and then it glides! The wolves, they howl and hunt! The lions keep packs! Alone at home! The rivers float and coast! Jackpots are won! Promotions are made! Treaties are signed! New stars are still born! She brings out the best in me! I took off the thorns! I have my own need to live and have feeling! Fulfill pleasures and win new levels indeed! Positivity rules! The best to you always! At times, I'm at peace!    I've walked near good springs! No no worries! A smile back will do! The creations of life! All stays as it should stay! A new medal! All that matters lives on!

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A poetical reflection of meeting my all! A gorgeous best friend the mother of my son!

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Written on February 26, 2024

Submitted by devonb.14033 on February 26, 2024

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Devon Bates

I was born in Norfolk Virginia! Then I moved to Fayetteville North Carolina were I was raised and I reside today! I have kids and I am divorced! I am 41 I was born on July 18 1980! I love being a cancer I love who I am and God! more…

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