Motherhood-Mother's Day,2006 - Poem by Scarlett Treat
Poet of my heart,
I loved you before you were born.
You lay in my womb, under my heart,
For nine long months.
I felt you move,
I patted my belly where you were,
And stroked you, and petted you.
I had long talks
On my long walks with you.
Before you were born,
I counted the months,
Until you came.
Now you are here,
And my heart is singing.
I dance with happiness
Because my life has taken flight.
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