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Being a mother is the best.

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Awww, this is so sweet, Jenny. There is nothing quite like a mother's love because the bonding begins from moment of conception. Our children are literally part of our bodies!

Now, being a grandma is the bonus because we're not with them 24/7 and have the fun times with none of the trying times. Hugs, Lou


 Comment Written 27-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 27-Mar-2019
    Yes ...We are going down to Florida in a few days to be with a 9 month old darling for the week...wahoo
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I always appreciate mums and grams bragging on their youngsters, probably because I had a remarkable mother myself...is this a free verse with fortuitious
end rhymes, or another new style I had not met? No matter. Excellent post.


 Comment Written 27-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 27-Mar-2019
    Feee verse all the way.
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24chas
 
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This was a good read, kiwijenny, and so true. This one had a good flow to it. Also the form allowed a good rhythm which made it an easy read. Good job.


 Comment Written 26-Mar-2019



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    Thanks.
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I love this Kiwi. I really like how you describe all of the attributes of a mother. You've got it all incorporated in this, her tenderness, thoughtfulness, kindness, and love, her steadfast arm to lean on. I would wager that you must have had a remarkable mother the way you've presented this well written offering. I enjoyed this. Thanks for sharing this. Great job and well done!


 Comment Written 26-Mar-2019



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    Thanks so much
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A very well-written poem about our children and grandchildren that will always be in our hearts no matter how old they become, when we have regular contact with our grandchildren we have a double doze of mummy love.


 Comment Written 26-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 26-Mar-2019
    Amen. I wish mine were closer. 2 live in Cambodia, 2 live 3 hours away in Alabama and the youngest lives 16 hours away in Florida. Sigh...but we are going to see Liam next week for a week. He is 9 months old and adorable...
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The family resemblance to you is stunning in that photograph! Great looking bunch of grandkids you have there. Such a remarkable poem. I had to read it three times. Big smile on my face. I love it! I especially loved these lines:

I'm a hand outstretched
To help in times of hopeless
I'll be your lifeline
And give a word fitly spoken
A cure to your broken
A dream awoken


 Comment Written 26-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 26-Mar-2019
    Thanks Wry. I?ve been told in a review to change those words to hopelessness brokenness but I like them like this..lol

reply by WryWriter on 26-Mar-2019
    Leave it as is! ; )
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Awww! I love that picture - all of them are smiling so sweetly and in order from biggest to littlest. I enjoyed how you show a mother's love is so giving and caring.


 Comment Written 26-Mar-2019



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    Thanks. I?m amazed they all smiled. I wish I could have taken the photo of their goofy parents who were leaping waggling to get that picture..lol
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You are obviously a great grandma but ease up on the ice cream. Good free form poem with strong random rhyme. Take these gorgeous kids to church and teach them about healthy food - DJ


 Comment Written 26-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 26-Mar-2019
    Ha ha ha ...well I didn?t mention it but I do put chia seed on the icecream and make crackle with coconut oil....but it wouldn?t fit the meter of the poem....oh yes we go to church LOL

reply by djsaxon on 26-Mar-2019
    Chia on ice cream sounds absolutely disgusting. If I am gonna go for the sugar fix I do it properly. fresh blueberries with vanilla bean yoghurt.

reply by the author on 26-Mar-2019
    I use junk food to piggy back good stuff...lol
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Hi Kiwi,

Oh, my gosh, this is such sweet poem! Speaking of sweet, look at those adorable grand kids! This is pure delight, my friend. Thanks for sharing. Jan


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 26-Mar-2019
    They are pure delight. Thank you
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Dear Jenny,

Now what else could a mom say when you have those five adorable children. If only the world would do on to others what most mothers do to their children. A very uplifting poem.

Cheers,

Winslow


 Comment Written 25-Mar-2019



reply by the author on 26-Mar-2019
    Oh Winslow . Thanks for Stars ...and they are my grandies..my kids were the goofy ones off camera leaping about so they all smiled . LOL
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