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Morning Smile
by Jennifer Butler
Thursday, June 16, 2005
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Holding you
late in morning
wanting to repeat
the events of the evening ...
but baby sleeps
on my other side
having wet her bed ...

So nice to be here.
I rise
and smile over two sweet faces
into the morning.

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Reviewed by Sandie Angel
HI Jennifer:

Your poems are so refreshed. It's moce to read this.

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Peter Paton
This is beautiful !
Reviewed by Felix Perry
OH this is so sweet and genuine and I think there are not too many of us cannot relate to it in one way or another.

Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
You are very blessed, indeed, Jennifer. There's nothing more innocent, nor anything more soothing, than the look of a sleeping child.
Thanks for sharing this sweet write,
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Unique and beautiful write.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Such a sweet poem until one digs a little deeper into it. The fact is that all too many times, after baby has come into our lives, the "other" part get pretty much put on the shelf. I understand that to a point, and it is as it should be, also to a point. Still, the priorities change for the mother, more so than the father because of the simple act of raising the child on a day to day basis AND because she carried it, not he, AGAIN as it should. It takes a hell of a man to adjust and not feel like the forgotten one. Sorry about all this, kinda, you poem just stirred up things a bit. It IS a very lovely poem.
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