Everyone Needs a Mother's Touch
by Amber V Moonstone
Friday, May 16, 2008
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artwork:"Finding Seashells, by Nancy Cole
This really happened today at breakfast.)
Everyone Needs a Mother's Touch
by Amber "V" Moonstone
While I sat eating breakfast alone,
I could hear your tone,
It was a bit of sadness
and emotions amiss.
I could not but feel
the pain that was so real.
You were talking about your mom,
and how she was emotionally gone.
You were only a mere teen
when she left the scene,
leaving behind all her dreams,
to become free it seems.
She is absent from your life,
You question her motivations,
and longer your dad's wife,
longing to regain back those lost years,
she has missed all your tears.
while seeing her transformations,
From a mom, to a single woman,
a sight that is a bad omen.
You miss her so very much,
and long for her mother's touch,
But reality is quite clear
She has chosen not to hear;
Your cry for help and love,
so now you send it all above,
for guidance and reuniting
of a mother's love reigniting!
Tenderly I say to you,
Give it time to improve,
You say it has been five years,
and way too many tears.
I offer my motherly love,
and words of the peaceful dove,
You smile and wash away some tears,
and thank me for releasing some fears.
I smile and walk away,
to start my hectic day,
and as I begin to pray
My soul knows that you will be okay!
author's notes: This happened today, and as I left I saw a seashell that I had found on the beach on Mother's Day with my daughters, and picked it up, and went over to this young woman and gave it to her. I filled it with Reiki energy and told her that whenever she was lonely or afraid, just to hold this shell and know that someone cares and is thinking about her. I wish you peace, love, and light,
Amber "V" Moonstone
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|Reviewed by William Bonilla
How could Ihave ever missed this wonderful piece
a beautiful write Amber
Love & Peace
|Reviewed by Rose Rideout
|Absolutely beautiful Amber as I too miss my mom every second of everyday. Thank you for sharing.
Newfie Hugs, Rose
|Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
|What a wise and wonderful woman you are! The love and energy you
put in that shell will grow and grow!! Being deserted by one's mother is devestating, to put it mildly. Fortunately, acts of kindness such as yours are very healing. Especially if the healer possesses the qualities of a great mother. B l e s s . y o u !! 'Pea' <3
|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|May her shell of longing be filled with love,,, Moving write Amber|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|a beautiful, tender and touching write|
|Reviewed by Barbara Smith
|A touch of a Mothers hands bring a "stillness and peace" to everything that is wrong. This is a great write...I truly enjoyed it.|
|Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
|Beutifully and tenderly written; I wish with all my heart I'd known the love of a Mother. Love Holly|
|Reviewed by Morning Star
|Amber..your words captured beautiful true feelings
of the needs of a mothers touch
Some I wished I known while I was growing up
But one I definitely made sure my kids felt while
they where growing up!!
Beautifully expressed and writing!!
Peace Love and light...and hugessss too...Morning Star
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Very beutiuful feelings of compassion in this one Amber, yet a mother's love is missed forever, mine has been gone thirty years and I still felt the pain of her loss on Mother's Day even though I know she is and always will be a part of my heart.
|Reviewed by Tuchy (Carl) Palmieri
|HI Amber so ture so true. i am fortunate my mom is still with us at 92, my children are not so lucky, there mom left about 15 years ago. i know they miss her and long for her. she is not totally gone. all the children live in ct and she lives in Texas. So much pain out their. Your words ease the pain
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|I should have had one of those, and one shell too (just in case)
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|Very heartfelt, Amber, and very good!|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|Beautiful write, Amber; and so true! I know I need a mom's touch, but she's been gone 18 years; the pain doesn't get any easier!! I still miss her as much now as I did back then on the day she died (3/17/90). She was only 59; she would have been sixty in May. Too, too young!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(
Keep Karla and msyelf in your prayers; struggling. :(