A Mother's Words

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A poem written for Mother's Day.

Submitted: April 27, 2007

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Eat with a spoon not your fingers!
The smell of chocolate chip cookies lingers.

Share your toys!
Not with the boys.

Pick up your room!
I will soon.

Do you your homework!
My brain doesn't want to work.

What did you do to your hair!
I wanted some flare.

Don't stay out past your curfew!
I promise not to get a tattoo.

You better graduate!
I don't want to smile for the portrait.

You're too young for marriage!
I will go to college.

Babies are a handful!
Children are wonderful.

Houses are expensive!
A home doesn't need to be massive.

You are now all grown!
or love you have shone.

I am proud of you!
Because of you, I grew.


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