Treasure Island

Rhonda Bowdidge

(12/14/ 1962 / Salem, Massachuettess)

Mother's Love


Mother's Love
mother's Love carry a child to term
When Mother's Labor of Love holding the child in her arms
Mother's Loved raise the child teach the child of Love
When child's Lovce holding in my arms burst into tears
Wish the child back into my arms
A Child is now confuse of the way missing the Mother's
Love.
The Child don't realize the Missing of having a Mother in
Their life
By
Rhonda Bowdidge

Submitted: Wednesday, June 03, 2009

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  • Meshack Sewe (6/10/2009 2:29:00 PM)

    so real and touching...so emotional...so endless.ooh how great and undying is a mother's love! (Report) Reply

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