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Linda M Hill

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A Mothers Plea
by Linda M Hill

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I'm surpised to see the birds still singing-
All seems right with the world.
I gaze out my window just watching them
Play..my little boy and girl.

Tears fill my eyes as I bow my head
lost in silent prayer-
How can I tell them, that Mommy
won't always be there?

How can I explain to them the cancer
thats invading my body?
It will be so hard to tell them..
How do I make them see?

They are too young to understand-
Josh is five..Laura is seven-
They won't be able to comprehend
that Mommy will be in Heaven.

Who will read Laura a story at nite
and gently tuck her in?
Who will bake chocolate chip cookes
for Josh..and his imaginary friend?

Why do I have to leave them ..
Oh , Why do I have to go?
Their little hearts will be broken ,
You know they need me so!

My tears are falling - my heart breaks-
I am not concerned for me.
My thoughts are what will happen
to my precious family!

Give me the courage and the wisdom,
Lord, to place them in your hands-
To know that Thy will be done-
Please help them to understand.

Give me the right words to tell them
That I am coming Home-
That I will always love them- even
Though I will be gone.

Help them thru the painful months-
Lord, Please hold their hand.
When they start to stumble Lord,
Rise them up! Let them stand!

I'm surprised to see the birds still singing-
All seems right with the world-
I gaze out my window just watching them play-
My little boy and girl!


Linda Hill 2002
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Strictly fiction AD friends. I don't have cancer.





















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Reviewed by Robert Harrison
Fiction, mayby, but thought of som many times by so many mothers.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
>tears < one of your best, linda! love, your friend, karen lynn. {{{{{HUGS}}}}} p.s.: i am SO glad you don't have cancer!! :)
Reviewed by Jimmy Holder
One of the most powerful and moving poems I have ever read ... VERY SPECIAL
Reviewed by Dens Dreamweaver (Reader)
What a truly touching piece hun..
Reviewed by Allen Filius (Reader)
Wow! Sad yet filled with such love and caring for the children.
Very emotional writing, It tuly touched my heart to read this. Beautiful expression of a mothers love.
Reviewed by Joel Raja Kumar J
Oh Linda,
Don't scare us this way. It sounds so truthfully painful. And Yes I am back but will be a little slow for a while, too busy sort of!!!!
Reviewed by Alexander Shaumyan (Reader)
One your best poems, Linda. A great expression of mother's love and sadness.
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci
Linda,
This was very hard to read, but you expressed it so well! You are extremely talented, never stop penning your very moving writes!!

Hugs,
Maria
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader)
Almost too painful to read. Heart rending.
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
You always write straight from the heart, to the heart...
Reviewed by Little Miss...
Linda...
I often think of a term my mother said when situations of this nature came to her attention....
"But for the grace of God go I"
I am the mother of a son and a daughter...I could never ever imagine how i would cope in this situation, unfortunatly some mothers do have too..my heart goes out to them :(
A thought provoking write...Excellantly written!
Take care,
Love Jilly x
Reviewed by Thelma Shutters (Reader)
This sent chills through my body and tears to my eyes. Great write. Thelma
Reviewed by Theresa Koch
You have touched my soul with your words!
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
So touching and heartbreaking,Linda I set here wiping tears. Nothing as tragic as the leaving of a Mother. A Mother of small children that will always want to know why Theirs? You portray this one so well,,,,Lisa
Reviewed by Sean O'Connell
This expresses so beautifully the wonderful love that parents can have for their children. It is special and unbreakable and lasts beyond the sorrow and pain of this world. Thank you for reminding us of that
Reviewed by na na (Reader)
Oh my dearest such a heartbreaking touching
poem. How can I put myself in her place? I
can't. But what a terrific ability you
have! I have never seen such an emphatic
capacity. To write like this ... you have
to enter the mind and soul of someone who is
suffering, or lonely, or hungry, or hurting
inside. You step into a different world.
When you pen your words, I can see you
surrounded by birds singing and flowers
blooming and the beauty of nature, and I am
uplifted and see Angels guarding your path
and protecting you and leading you by the
hand. I always cry when you write like this
and feel closer to you than anyone else in
the world. Please take my tears away Linda
and raise me up to your level ... so I can
fly away from sadness and woe. Great poem.
Great poet! You know how I feel inside and
always will. Bill Hugs xox
Reviewed by Sanilnath
Really wonderful write .. Well there are a lot of mom who are good at heart and who have such problems .. How to tell their childends the problems with in her .. She can only do one thing .. just look at the wonderful Kids and be happy as long as she is in this world .. Well Linda u have dont a good work ...

Keep it up and keep smiling take care ...
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray
Linda, this was a very emotional, very moving post. It tore at my heart...sigh So well written.
Marilyn
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK
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For Those of Us Who Had Parents That WereThere
But,Not There For You, Our Mentor's Became Our Guides___

And, For Those Of Us Who Have Cancer Or Other Diseases, There Are Angels(Dear Spirits) In The Eyes Of (God)Are There Guides To a Better Place,i.e.
If Only They Can Accept It As Truth & Not Fight It As Wrong For Any nth Of a Second I Would Leave This Holy (World) Hell If I Could,I Would Do So...

Tear's , TRASK

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