A New Life - Poem by Melissa Schreuder
She packs her bag and goes out in the
Morning sun she gets in the cab,
She drives away from her old life
And drives heads for a new.
She gets on the plane and leaves the harsh winters,
Nice falls and hot summers
Of Michigan and set for the beautiful beaches,
The tall palm trees and all year
Around summers of Florida.
When the planes lands and she gets off,
She stares out in the short distance
And sees her mother and how
Her eyes are filled with tears,
Then she runs fast to her mother her hugs
Filled with love and care.
Her mother asked 'are you ready
For a new life?
‘She says ' of course' so they both
Walk away and start it over together.
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