Treasure Island

Susie Sunshine

(8-16-54 / United States)

Mother Mother Mother


How you cared for us. Don't keep away from us.I won't surive without you/ Mother Mother Mother Your eyes show me the way. When I fall on my way. You lend me a hand to carry on. Mother Mother Mother You had a very hard life. But you gave your baby your own bread from your own mouth. When she feels hungry. Mother Mother Mother If I pass though this word. I wouldn't find you anywhere. Your sweet smile makes me happy. Mother Mother Mother My love for you will go on forever. I love you my Mother Mother Mother forever and ever. written 6/23/08 Posted 10/27/08 In the memory of my mother Esther Ferber Klayton

Submitted: Monday, October 27, 2008

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  • Somahadi Hadi (2/4/2010 9:10:00 AM)

    mother is sun in the morning and the moon in the night

    '............excellent poem..............' (Report) Reply

  • Marla Smith (5/8/2009 7:11:00 AM)

    It makes you think about all that you've done with your mom. I like it and keep writing. (Report) Reply

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