A singer/songwriter, Bobby was born and raised in Oklahoma and now lives in Tonopah, Arizona with his wife Jo. Writing is his first love and he has been penning songs since the age of 16 and recently decided to try his hand at poetry.
Bobby loves handicapped children, and old people, and that commitment is reflected in his unstinting involvement in his community.
Like a giant oak tree, reachin’ to the sky
Its roots planted deeply, very much alive
Its life source, from the soil of our labors
Its future, from the labors of our souls
It stands tall, and proud, and all it can be
Like our soldiers, who’s roots keep us free
And as the heavens, water the giant oaks
Our tears, the soldier’s roots will soak
Making them strong, and full of life
For their country, their kids and wife
In my eyes, no-one can fill their boots
Don’t forget the soldiers
Don’t forget their Roots
©Copyright 2003 by Bobby Huckaby