Macwolls Kay

That Woman - Poem by Macwolls Kay

For nine long months she carried you,
She waited long for you to show,
You made her toss and turn each night,
Your nerves were slow your muscles weak,
You needed her each day and night,
She had the patience she had the will,
She stood by you and fought for you,
She tells the wrong she sees in you,
You will grow and change in many ways,
Get a job and get married,
But all you do, remember that woman.

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Mothers day

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 12, 2012

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