A Funny Mother's Day Poem

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This is a funny Mother's Day poem.

Mothers can use a break - and a bit of humor too. Imagination is a gift. Let's use it wisely.

In the bible, Jesus reminds us, that unless we become as little children, we cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

This Mother's Day poem reminds me how I'm always my mother's child.

Even as a "grown up" adult, I can become a boy again, as I wish my mother - now in heaven I hope - a very Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day to all mothers - every day!

132. I'm a Boy Again

     by Paul Berchtold, May, 2011

I once was just a little boy,
No cares at all, and filled with joy,
I became a man,
My work life began,
My time, my skills, I now employ.

I may look big, I may look tall,
But something makes my stature fall,
I'll play and fiddle,
I'll again be little,
What causes me to have a ball?

Every year comes a special day,
I want to sing, to dance, to play,
I think of you mother,
Like not any other,
And wish you Happy Mother's Day!


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