A Mother’s Day Poem
I came across this wonderful poem about how often we take our mothers for granted. The author Del “Abe” Jones couldn’t have said it any better. If we’re the lucky ones whose mothers are still with us, let’s not pass up the chance to tell them every day that we love them.
IF SHE’S STILL WITH YOUby Del “Abe” Jones(In Memory of Margaret Rader Johnson)
Just a few days ago A friend lost her Mother And as we all know There will never be another.
She’s one of the few things in life That can never be replaced She’s led us down those life’s paths That can never be retraced.
Too many take their Moms for granted And think they’ll always be around They don’t know how She’ll be missed When, one day She’s Heaven-bound.
Why we celebrate this special day Only this one time a year? When everyday our Mom is special And we should tell Her, make that clear.
So, if you are a lucky one Whose Mom is still with you Tell her everyday you love her For, that’s the least that you can do.
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