I Wish I Didn’t Care
***Recently, while going through the family home after losing my mother to Covid, I came across the writing of my great-grandmother, Minnie Louise Bumphrey, who was a published writer and poet. Over the next few days I will be sharing her works on my blog.***
I wish I didn’t care when folks speak cross to me.
I wish I didn’t care how cold some folks may be.
I wish I didn’t care when things go wrong and just forget my worries with a song.
I wish I didn’t care when I can’t have my when way, when things just don’t get done for many a day.
If I could just take things easy and drift along and banish all my worries with a song.
*** Originally written by Minnie Louise Bumphrey of Kewanee, Illinois.***