Mother’s Day 2013 — Words Are All I Have   1 comment

A farm girl, she was born a year before the 1918 flu pandemic. Mother was a great storyteller. However, I don’t recall any of the difficulties or people dying in the family. I would guess that social distancing was easy in rural northeast, Alabama. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

a-mothers-love-blogChase and Mother Agnes — Image my kenne

Thinking about Mother

I thought about yesterday
Remembering the moments

I thought about today
Taking a deep breath.

I thought about tomorrow
Exceeding my grasp.

I thought about time
Wondering about timeless.

I thought about life,
Asking the questions.

I thought about people,
Knowing not what I see.

I thought about what is,
Wondering why?

I thought about ideals,
Seeking what should be.

I thought about truth,
Confusing it with the facts.

I thought about art,
Becoming aware.

I thought about love
Touching the feeling.

I thought about Joy,
Feeling love inside. 

I thought about you,
Walking with long shadows

I thought again of tomorrow
Sharing your path.

 These are my words to you, Mother. We miss you every day, especially on Mother’s Day!

— kenne

“It’s only words
and words are all I have
to take your heart away.”

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Posted May 10, 2020 by kenneturner in Information

One response to “Mother’s Day 2013 — Words Are All I Have

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  1. Wonderful words, Kenne!

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