Mother’s Day Plans

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She lay her head down to rest
For she knew tomorrow would be the best
She woke up in a tired mood
Then she heard her husband say “I made you food”

She went down the stairs
She sat on her chair without a care
She ate and her spirits soared
After that she asked for more

Later that night
outside her mothers sight
The lass made a bath
Her mom+bath, you do the math

After that, by light a candle gave
The mothers lass gave a massage to save
She gave the mother flowers
She smelt them, oh no they weren’t sour

A present of a flying creature
Was a wonderful feature
To her day/night
The girl thought what she done was a nice sight ?

This poem was written/submitted by Auriel Long.

Category: Mother poems
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