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A Poem For Mamie

A Poem sent from a loving friend, Crystal Goss
By. Jennifer Wasik
I thought of you and closed my eyes

And prayed to God today.

I asked what makes a Mother

And I know I heard him say.
A Mother has a baby

This we know is true.

But God can you be a Mother

When your baby’s not with you?
Yes, you can He replied
With confidence in
His voice
I give many women babies

When they leave is not their choice.
Some I send for a lifetime

And others for a day.

And some I send to feel your womb

But there’s no need to stay.
I just don’t understand this,
I want my baby here

He took a breath and cleared
His throat
And then I saw a tear.
I wish I could show you

What your child is doing today.

If you could see your child smile

With other children and say
“We go to earth and learn our lessons

Of love and life and fear.

My Mommy loved me oh so much

I got to come straight here.
I feel so lucky to have a
Who had so much love for me

I learned my lesson very quickly

My Mommy set me free.
I miss my Mommy oh so much

But I visit her each day.

When she goes to sleep

On her pillow’s where I lay.
I stroke her hair and kiss her cheek

And whisper in her ear

“Mommy don’t be sad today

I’m your baby and I’m here.”
So you see my dear sweet one

Your children are OK

Your babies are here in My home

And this is where they’ll stay.
They’ll wait for you with me

Until your lesson is through

And on the day that you come home

They’ll be at the gates for you.
So now you see what makes a Mother

It’s the feeling in your heart.

It’s the love you had so much of

Right from the very start.


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