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Deborah Ann Tornillo

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My Daughters
by Deborah Ann Tornillo
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 My Daughters

 

Tell me your story

I hear your pain

It’s okay babies...

Dance in the rain.

 

Tomorrow will come

Yesterday we try.

In the moment

We will cry.

 

A future real

Feel’s uncertain

Understand

A final curtain.

 

Stay focused

First born and last

Love is the answer

It goes by so fast.

 

Deborah Ann Tornillo

Copyright, 2012


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Reviewed by William Bonilla
a beautiful Write Enjoyed reading
Love & Peace be with you

William
Reviewed by Budd Nelson
they do grow up way to fast
budd
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
I sense a real concern for their welfare. It is within you to make sure that your daughters are safe and secure. To not leave it to others. If you give them freedom, they will explore on their own and learn from their experience. If you hold them to close, they will become dependent upon you and on others after you're gone.

Ron
Reviewed by John Domino
Dear Deborah,

A lot of thought went into your poem.
An incomplete, broken and uncertain life can still be mended with care and love.

GOD is love...

God bless you Deborah!

Peace, love and blessings,

John Michael
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