consecrated

consecrated

she waited for me
for six years
I came
left an angry scar
deep and long tale
that cannot mar
the beauty of birth

I’m still here
after twenty-three years
leaving scars
on her heart
she’s still here
after twenty-three years
loving me
with a mother’s hati

© hannah t

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Published in: on February 14, 2011 at 5:38 pm  Comments (12)  
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  1. mother alike love is unconditional.

    cool love piece.
    A+

    • Absolutely, a mother’s love is beautiful. Thank you :)

  2. Nothing compares to a mother’s love and patience. U hit on the nail! she is always there ever and forever.

    • Indeed, and few are more blessed than those loved by a mother :)

  3. Any mother should be proud to read this lovely poem! I’m glad to see you at Potluck Hannah! Happy days!

    • Thank you, Blaga, and happy to see you too! I’m planning to show it to my mum soon :)

  4. you made all mothers proud- too bad i am a man haha! here’s my potluck.. http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/05/11/happily-tied/

    • Haha your comment made me chuckle. Sorry about the bias!

  5. As a mother, I love your poem :)

    • Thank you, Gerry :))

  6. Greetings:

    Thanks a lot for your contribution to Jingle Poetry Potluck, I am placing your link to our blogroll within two days, hope to see you share your poetry with us tonight…

    Always, your input is valued…
    Happy Sunday!
    Love, xx

    • Hi Jingle! That is really sweet, thank you, and thank you for always being encouraging and supportive :) Happy weekend to you too!


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