My youngest daughter, Chelsea, wrote this poem for me for mother’s day. It is so lovley just had to share it.

Life

Branches stretch towards the sky,

The sun warms her sleepy children.

The wind whistles through the trees,

Tickling their newly leaved feathery fingers.

Seedlings drop to the unforgiving ground below,

The grass cradles the gift of life.

The clouds weep their happy tears,

A muddy blanket covers an anxious child.

Curious arms reach out of a safe warm bed,

While roots stretch ever deeper into the dark earth.

14 thoughts on “My youngest daughter, Chelsea, wrote this poem for me for mother’s day. It is so lovley just had to share it.

  1. Don’t trade her off for a bag of Jelly Beans, even though most of us love Jelly Beans. I suspect she is onto something her as her words are nicely planted. Somebody may want to start her own blog. Such a beautiful read! All the best to the young lady and a belated Happy Mother’s day to you!

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  2. This is beautiful!! You have a lovely daughter 🙂 Thank you for liking my posts 🙂 I’ve nominated you for Infinity Dream Award and Versatile Dream Award. Do have a look and write 7 facts about your self according to the guide lines of the game. Happy Blogging!!
    Thank you.

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