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An Expectant Mother


(Who knows about the importance of the present time more than an expectant mother does?)


She's not just expecting a baby,

But the future with no more of hers.


She's not just giving birth to a baby,

But the future, Wow! full of wonders.


She eats not just for herself,

Nor for her pleasant pleasure;


She sleeps not just for her health,

Nor for her physical power;


She lives not just for her future,

Nor for her present hours;


But for all the best she could give to the world,

She eats, sleeps and lives with great care;

'Cause she knows with all her heart

The present is pregnant with the future!

Submitted: Wednesday, January 18, 2012

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