Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 152 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

What is a Mother's Love?


What is a mother's Love? As I write this
Simple poem, our mother's resting peacefully.
Soon, she will be taken from my older sistr
Lynn and me.

She will be deeply mourned by friends and family.
When she awakes, she will see Jesus' smiling face.
She will feel the warmth of Christ's
Affectionate embrace.

She's soon leaving her earthly home.
Soon she'll be approaching Heaven's throne.
What is a mother's love we cry.
For it has come time to say goodbye.
May 2007
Dedicated to our deceased mother,
Eleanor May Dubarry
Born May 31,1928
Died June 4,2007

Submitted: Saturday, March 30, 2013

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It was very difficult to type this poem at the time because I was crying. Faith Lutheran Church and our relatives and friends attended a memorial service June 16,2007

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