Family, Poetry

What do you see # 100 – September 20, 2021

Sadje’s rules:

Image credit; James Wheeler @ Unsplash

For the visually challenged reader, the image shows sunlight beams are falling on a mother and daughter walking in the forestholding hands.

Mom, I Need You!

Autumn arrives and seasons change.

Mom, I need you!

I don’t often call out for you,

But a mother’s love is stronger than the grave.

I know you don’t hold all the answers,

But now I need you.

Your wisdom I miss.

If you were here with me,

I could at least feel you close.

Passing on the love I crave.

I miss your hugs dear mother.

Hold me close and comfort me.

You will always be there for me!

I love you!

Tessa – 

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