AHO Speaks

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Mother Is Gone - Poem by AHO Speaks

She was a Mother from a Mother
For her, there could be no other.

She had the gift of life to totally share
Also to protect and also to care.

This was a Mother not just for a singular one
She was the Mother of each daughter and earthly son.

She wore the bridal gown for her gifts to receive
A Mother's love always and totally, never to deceive.

No greater gift than our worldly Mother
She was singularly loving; and there will be no other.

Her babies came as victories to be won
Gifts from her God; both daughters and sons.

Time will pass and no longer to be
But our Mohter to have a high place; in eternity.

Mothers are special and can never die
They reside in heaven and in you and I.

So we bid adieu to this loving precious one
To receive her reward for a job well done.

May God be gentle with what was given to us
Now in the presence of our eternal God; we trust.

04-15-06 Aho Speaks

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 15, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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