Judith L. Cox

(Asheville, North Carolina, USA)

All My Titles - Poem by Judith L. Cox

Of all the titles I've had in my life, and there have been
Quite a few;
Daughter, sister, wife, student, teacher, friend, worker,
Boss, and author, too;
The one that I treasure more than any other;
Is the most wonderful title of "Mother".


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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