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Special Corner - Wayne's Writings and Poems Hey Mom (Poem) January 30, 2010

I felt it tugging on my line
The floater then went under
The fight was on a battle started
Hey Mom! I caught a fish

I was young and the fish was small
So convinced I let it go
It swam away and to this day
It keeps on getting bigger

Many times I wondered
How big this fish would grow
If I hooked the same fish up today
The boat I'm sure the fish would tow

Every time I tell this story
It seems to never fail
This fish keeps getting longer
From the head down to the tail

I wonder just how big it is
With sixty years to grow
I am happy now that when a child
I let this little fish go

This story gives me a great feeling
And happiness for me makes
To know for sure that I am the man
That caught the biggest fish in the lake

Wayne Anthony Sturgeon