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Monday, April 1, 2013

A Blessing From God

Rating: 4.7
Quietly whispering tunes in imagination,
letting them flow outward into snow-filled memories,
sliding across on a sled big enough to hold all six
of us sisters.
A blessing from God, we were always able to be
together and play.
A close-knit family, kept together by a Mom who loved
us beyond compare.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This poem was written while thinking of the six of us, because the other two were not yet born. They were both born in Arizona. We were still living in New Jersey and this memory is from then.
Yes, I have six sisters and one brother. One sister, died though.
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Maxim Muyu 10 January 2018
Add a comment.yes great poem,i can relate..
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Alem Hailu G/kristos 28 January 2017
Clapping hands! Yes it is like that for a family which has sent deeper roots in love.I love all of your poems and comments you give.
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Daniel Brick 19 September 2016
When I read your poem for a second time the thought struck me that we believe in a God who loves us beyond compare and then there is the parent who loves us beyind compare, together God and parent make the world safe, blessed, and happy. What a great start to life in their combined love! And you - we - can always return to those memories for strength and comfort. Your poem will keep this idea alive..
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Dr Antony Theodore 12 May 2016
A blessing from God, we were always able to be together and play. A close-knit family, kept together by a Mom who loved us beyond compare. sweet memories that linger in the soul. very fine poem dear Roseann. tony
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A sweet short story that is fill with love. Thank God for family!
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Dr Antony Theodore 23 January 2016
A blessing from God, we were always able to be together and play. A close-knit family, kept together by a Mom who loved us beyond compare. a mothers love which goes beyond death. very nice my dear poetess. tony
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Walterrean Salley 20 January 2016
This certainly warms the heart. God bless your Mom. And God bless you sisters, and may you keep a tight-knit relationship. Enjoy every moment. May this inspire others to a loving relationship.
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Rosie Bourget 14 January 2016
Nothing can replace a mother. My sister has passed from Pulmonary embolism last year. I'm still struggling to overcome this loss.
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Luc Leclaire 10 January 2016
Cozy poem! Sad to hear your sister died. I grew up in Arizona, too.
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Heather Wilkins 27 October 2014
a close knit family is a blessing from GOD Mother is the key to keep it together nice
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