A Mother's Prayer - Poem by Richard Noggin
Come aboard little sleepy head.
Come aboard and rest your head.
Don’t you worry mama is near.
Now is the time to cast away your fears.
Come along son, don’t you cry.
Mother’s going to sing you a lullaby
The ship to heaven is almost there.
When we get there you’ll have no more fears.
Go along son you’ll be OK.
Mama will come another day.
But till then please understand.
Mama can’t be there to hold your hand.
Your memory I’ll keep deep inside.
Next to my heart, on my right side
My love for you will never end.
This is the message I choose to send.
To you on your birthday
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