Mothers Day - Poem by Lance Carthen
Happy Mother's Day.
For it comes but once a year.
To a mother who loved her children.
Who held them close and dear.
To the one who gave birth.
Wiped our butts for years.
Best mother on this earth.
We found comfort when you were near.
Held our hands across out street.
Taught us right and wrong.
Endless love as far as the eye could see.
Greeted us when we came home.
A million poems dont amount to how much you really deserve.
When GOD made you he needed something special for his earth.
I see a rose in a pasture of cactus.
It reminds me so of you.
An angel in a world of sin.
Staying strong, preaching the truth.
I could go on for hours on the ways that you inspire.
Perhaps sometimes in the future,
poor Lyla just pooped her diaper.
Happy mothers day, I thank you for the times.
May you find peace inside your garden.
Planting plants and hanging vines.
If you may ever find yourself lonely,
tired or feeling blue.
Just read this poem and neve forget,
everyone loves you.
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY!
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