Barbara Dell Hobbs
A Caring And Sharing Mother - Poem by Barbara Dell Hobbs
A mother is caring and sharing,
Caring and sharing for her offsprings,
She cares and shares without daring,
In her heart bells of joy ring.
When her offsprings don't do right,
She prays both day and night,
The Lord will fix things all right.
Her love is still there to share,
Even while she's in despair.
She shares her last piece of bread,
So that her offsprings are fed.
At Christmastime, it is her joy,
To buy both clothes and toys,
Fixing plenty of food to eat,
Her intense love who can beat?
Sometimes leaving herself out,
Caring and sharing without a doubt.
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