My husband is on a business trip, so we tag along.  I actually wrote this poem on a piece of napkin because our kids have used up every piece of paper available in the hotel room for their drawing.  Anyway, I thought of this while I was having breakfast yesterday morning.  The poem I wrote on Mother’s Day was thought to be a cheerleading song, so I thought I will follow the same structure, using the alphabets of the word “mother” for each sentence, but make it not cheerleading-like this time.

 

Mother, how can I ever repay your love?

O!  The sacrifice you make

The tolerance you endure

How I know now,

Each moment with our kids

Retells the story of a mother’s love.

 

Written by Elisa English

At Fort Lauderdale Beach

On 5/27/2010

 

 

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