Thursday, September 29, 2011

Moms Laugh (poem)

I heard a great joke the other day
I wanted to tell to you.
With hilarious characters and anecdotes
replete with humor too.

I thought of how your head'd tip back
and tears would fill your eyes.
Through gasps you'd beg for us to stop
to spare your aching sides.

No, no-one laughs like Mother would.
We loved to tell her more
We'd hop on one leg and flap fake wings
Until our cheeks were sore.

How I miss those moments spent
with her happy presence here.
But, oh the joy those memories bring
Of Mom laughing, Oh, so dear.

By- Sandra Dodge

Our beautiful Mother...Marlene Beaujeu

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