I wrote a Mac Davis Tribute Poem On 10/10/20
I graduated high school in 1972, the year you wrote your hit, "Baby, Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me".
You were a talented singer and painter of rhyming words; it was evident for the world to see.
You were a humble, honest, and down to earth man who was loved by many, with a sense of humor that lifted our hearts with joy.
You enjoyed performing, flashing a warm, pleasant smile; you emitted a bright light from a soul of a curly haired, country boy.
I, too, have a love for words and playing Scrabble and Banagrams were two of my favorite games which makes me feel like we're kindred spirits.
For eight years now, writing rhyming poetry, being creative since I was young enjoying the written word to inspire, inform, bring joy and laughter to those who want to hear it.
God blessed you with a beautiful voice and a superlative ability to be a wordsmith with your gift to write flowing, poetic words to showcase and share your singer/songwriter talent.
You were an unforgettable person who made the world a happier place and you're gracing Heaven with your presence and sincere messages that were concise and balanced.
A Die Hard Fan Always - Diane Lupker