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  1.  Life on Earth





She's moving out today
by Fawn E Caldwell

Monday, May 02, 2005
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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My daughter, as always, with her dramatic ways.

 


 


She’s moving out today


And abruptly it she did say


She packed away dolls and toys


That made way for other joys.


 


Clothes and shoes and music too


All have left to her place anew


A quick good-bye to the dogs and me


And now her we have yet to see.


 


A few things remain in the room


For I know she will be back soon


To collect what was left behind


I guess I don’t even come to mind.


 


I thought she’d be by to say hello


But then again I don’t think so


For the thrill of being on your own


Brings forgetfulness of the old home.


 


She’s moving out today


And abruptly she was on her way


She packed away dolls and toys


That has made way for other joys.


 


09/19/2004


 


 


 


 



 

 

 

 

 
 

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Reviewed by Cles Wilson 7/1/2005
Hard to let them go to grow...Well written.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/2/2005
Fawn, I can sense your troubled spirit! It is
a sad parting, but hopefully things will be
better after they settle down a bit.
My thoughts and prayers are with you for the
adjustment that has to be made.

etw-alrisha
Reviewed by Sue Hess 5/2/2005
at least she moved...I didn't think mine would ever leave home...its stressful when they go, i know, but it is a necessary part of growing up. you expressed the mom's pain well



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