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I'll Carry That With Pride
by Bonnie May

Tuesday, April 08, 2008
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Getting used to the person that looks back at you everyday in the mirror is getting easier to understand.


 

I’ll Carry That With Pride!
 
 
I see my Mother standing there when I peak in the mirror on the wall.
Where did that young girl go, is there anything left of her at all?
Look at those tired eyes, white hair and wrinkles on her face.
Did she disappear completely, is she totally replaced?
 
This face is looking back at me to see if I recognize,
Anything about her. in her hair, face or eyes.
Mom’s standing looking back, is the only thing I see,
It’s nice to see my Mom again but what has become of  me?
 
Is this what happens when we get old and completely worn.
We lose all track of us and the child that was born.
But if this is what I’m left with, I’ll be satisfied,
Because I look like Mom now, and I’ll carry that with pride.
 
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Bonnie May

 

 

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Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 12/8/2008
Dear Bonnie,

So finely-penned, and I love the humor - first rate prose!!


Hugs,

Lance
Reviewed by John Leko 4/9/2008
...to hold ones mother in reflection...is to always remember the beauty of youth...hers...and yours.
excellent Bonnie...
John
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 4/9/2008
Wish that that reflection looking at you from the mirror never loses its smile...

Georg
Reviewed by Donna Goodling (Reader) 4/8/2008
Oh, Bonnie, how true this poem is. I see my mother when I look in the mirror also. What did happen to us? If you know, please tell me.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/8/2008
LOL, Bonnie, this is funny - well done!

(((HUGS))) love and prayer, Karla.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/8/2008
Amen! Bonnie I lose more of myself every day and I always say "mom it's good to have you always with me";-) Wonderful warm and loving poem !

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 4/8/2008
Good write, Bonnie; very well penned! BRAVA!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 4/8/2008
poignant words: Is this what happens when we get old and completely worn.
We lose all track of us and the child that was born.
Reviewed by Cryssa C 4/8/2008
Great sentiments expressed within this poem. I find bits of my mom in myself, my sisters, and my children...
Cryssa
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/8/2008
Awww Bonnie, loving and sentimental thoughts and perhaps refelctions too, but the little girl in you is still alive and well....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by George Carroll 4/8/2008
Perfect outlook on life. God Bless you
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 4/8/2008
'Tho the wrinkles remind me of my age, I'm grateful the natural red-hair I was born with shines as a reminder of a youth wanting to prevail! :o)
Know your Mom is looking down and enjoying this delightful poem!

{{{hugs}}} Micke
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 4/8/2008
It's weird, but I kind of feel that no matter how many trips we take around that big ball of fire, there is something within that remains for ever young.



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