Friday, November 16, 2007

I Carry

Forever I carry you everywhere
I carry your joys worries and fears
I carry your opinions beliefs ideas
Dreams wished for or wishes broken
Sometimes shared sometimes unspoken
I carry your heart aches and pain
disappointments that remain
I carry your achievements and wins
hearty laughs devilish grins
I carry your humorous punk pranks
your thoughtfulness sweet-thanks
I carry your love and kisses on cheek
your quirky ways & moody streaks
I carry memories of your childhood lives
along with visions of your prospective wives
I carry muted prayers for your future years
lavish with health happiness short on tears
I carry the memory of each precious birth
willing you strength pride self-worth
I carry my eternal thanks to heaven above
For granting me the weight of unconditional love
Three sons I shall love from their infancy till I depart
Three sons I treasure carrying forever in my heart





This was the prompt for Sunday Scribblings

20 comments:

myrtle beached whale said...

Nothing better than the love of a mom.

Awareness said...

Lucy! You made me get all teared up!! Beautiful. I can't imagine loving more deeply than I love my own children......your words are very true.

have a beautiful weekend.

UL said...

Lucy, that was beautiful. Your sons are fortunate to have such a wonderful parent. Take care.

Gill said...

Oh Lucy you put tears in my eyes with this one! That is really beautiful!

forgetfulone said...

Oh, that was a great poem! I admire your writing style.

gautami tripathy said...

Nothing better than carrying our children!

paisley said...

what a loving tribute to a mothers love....

tumblewords said...

A wonderful list of love carried for your children. Well written!

Herb Urban said...

That was just beautiful. When we become parents, their dreams also become ours.

colleen said...

I got it was your kids before I saw the photos and it choked me up as a mother (of a 26 and 28 year old).

I'm trying to find out the answer to why Art Linkletter looked in woman's purses. I think it was a game and you won something if you had the right item.

forgetfulone said...

That was a very sweet poem!

giggles said...

Just like your soul my dear...it was just beautiful! Your sons are truly blessed to have you for their mom!

Hugs Sherrie

~Michelle~ said...

"For granting me the weight of unconditional love," you are so very lucky and very blessed, as are your sons who have such a great Mom!

kimberley said...

How blessed your sons are to have you as their mother. Keep this poem always - they may appreciate it now but when they are older it will be pure gold to them.

Lucy said...

I can't even begin to tell everyone HOW happy your supportive comments make me feel! I'm still feeling 'silly' to have my amateur poetry viewed.
Hearing things like " I admire your writing style" and 'well written' and 'you put tears in my eyes'...
Oh Wow! Thanks soo Much.. You make me feel so
proud of my attempts. :)

TheVasquez3 said...

very well done...and i concur!

nonizamboni said...

This is the real deal--a mom's love for her children. So nicely written. I agree that these are some lucky boys to have you!

Jo said...

This is just lovely, Lucy, and I can so relate!

daisies said...

:) so lovely sweetie

Anonymous said...

Oh my God you blew me away.I knew you could write good,but i didn't know you could write this good.
This needs to be published.If i knew how to do it i would do it for you.I'm busting with pride.How lucky
we are to have you for a Daughter-in law.This is a treasure.You said what every mom feels so beautifully.
Keep that poem in a safe place.
Love you Mom
Kiss the kids for me.Hi to Peter i hope his cold is better.