Sylvia Loven Carter
Momma Lady Mary Alice Carter - Poem by Sylvia Loven Carter
Because OUR Mother's is the only one we'll get weather she was good,
bad or indifferent.
If she's still with us in the land of the living. Give thanks to God
for giving her a mind to carry you in her womb and that she
survived labor pains.
She change diapers no matter the content of the diaper, she wiped dirty nose's, she took care of you the best way she could.
She denied her self lots of pleasure AND rest on you behalf, be thankful and
love her for all the things she's done and continue to do for you.
Love your Mother's people she's the only Momma you'll get on this side.
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