Mothers Day Prayer

Poem By Shirley.R. Simpkin

I miss you little Sweetheart, more than words can say,
You're in my thoughts and in my heart, every single day.
Pretty cards with roses red, all merging into one;
I cannot open them to read the words; all I see is 'Mum'.

I'm thinking back through all the years, the family gathered round,
Baskets filled with flowers, and laughter the only sound.
Now you are in Heaven, with a beautiful garden there;
I know you will be listening, and that you'll hear my Prayer.

God Bless

Comments about Mothers Day Prayer

This is a beautiful prayer you have written, blessings to you and yours. May your heart be filled with peace and joy each and everyday. Scott


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