Superhero

A poem by Remontz to my Grandmother

written for Mother’s Day 2019

Super Hero

When I was growing up I idolized Super Heroes;

I would watch and emulate the episodes I’d seen.

But Someone showed me not all heroes were make believe.

When I was growing up I idolized Super Heroes;

They had ice, fire and even acid breath to fight foes.

But Someone showed me a calming voice could end woes.

When I was growing up I idolized Super Heroes;

They had utility belts and gadgets to recover lost treasures.

But Someone showed me a ruler could even all measures.

When I was growing up I idolized Super Heroes;

They had super strength and speed to stop crime.

But Someone showed me a caring heart is always on time.

When I was growing up I idolized Super Heroes;

They were extraordinary…but not all my heroes wear capes.

A superhero doesn’t even come close to Stein the Great!

Happy Mother’s Day Grandma!

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Published by Remontz_X

I’m an amateur writer & storyteller. As of now I write short-stories, novel(s) and some pretty terrible poetry. The genres you will most likely see from me will range from science-fiction, fantasy, satire, sarcasm(humor) and just plain vanilla fiction. I intend to grow and show my progress in that growth. I am focused on honing the craft and developing an audience of readers. 👍🏾💯☄️

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