NC (7/1/93 / Banbury)

Mother's

Mothers never really die
They just keep house up in the sky
They Polish the sun by day
And light the stars that shine at night
Keep the moon beams silvery Bright
And in their heavenly home above
They wait to welcome those they love.

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You just keep on getting better and better Nathan. Keep it up.
Emotional, subtle and beautiful poem. I like it. :) DA
Good gift to mothers 10ss
A great treartise would it have been for the one -off Mother's day.Moms are really unparallel in a boy's life to become a man and render anotherc woman this pristine gift of womanhood.A wonderful application.
Very touching. Thanks for sharing this lovely piece. Keep on writing! Best wishes. A.
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