|Reviewed by Cynthia Heath (Reader)
|I love love love this one!|
|Reviewed by Jessica Lark
As a mother of two, this poem echoes my own thoughts. I am always telling them not to grow up too fast and wish away their childhood. Unfortunately as every parent knows, they are far too eager to do just that.
A touching and heartfelt poem.
Wishing you well,
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
|Reviewed by Randall Barfield
|lovingly written. thanks for posting this one.|
|Reviewed by Morning Star
|Oh I truly agreed children are a piece of heaven
And I think you are right sometimes
you do see the Lord.
And I always wish they could stay
children for ever but you know is imposable!!
Excellent Imagery and flow
Love And Peace to You Always
Your Friend...Morning Star
|Reviewed by jude forese
|children are a blessing we get to borrow for such a short time ... no doubt, your angels will remember a loving mom ...|
|Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
|A Mothers Love shines BRight here!
Great feelings throughout! Chrissy!
They are Adorable!
I know the passions we feel to be their Protector! 24-7
YOur heart will guide them- A mothers instincts and bond with her
WArmly,Warrior Lady Sheeeoox
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|Such a sweet write full of love and passion. Children do grow up much faster than we would like, a necessary heartache. Enjoyed this.
|Reviewed by Laura Mayer
|There is no love purer than a mother's love for her children. You've expressed this feeling well Chrissy.
|Reviewed by Brett Moore
|Sincerely touching, Crissy.
|Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
|Awwwww, I used to tell Sebastian my son to stop growing and getting older.."I can't help it daddy" oh how I understand your maternal angst...
But no fears, when a mum prayers like this, God will never foresake them, or you....
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|This is precious and you have touched the very meaning of being a loving parent. We do look at our children and wish and pray to protect them always and yes if we could keep them young forever we would.
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|A beautiful write Crissy, enjoyed this so much, reminded me of myself when my two children were younger..I did hate to see them grow up and have to find their own place in this big scarey world. Now my two angels are twenty seven and twenty two with an angel each of their own, one two the other four. Time has a way of getting away from us...it passes quickly...enjoy, cherish, and savor every moment. But, light note on this review is I have found that when trouble comes, both of my children still come to their mom for comfort and support, just as I go to my mother and I am forty three, but the eternal peace from life is our Heavenly Father...wonderful warm and heartfelt write dear friend.
Blessings from the mountains of Kentucky,