Mother Poem

A mother writes with pride of the tow lights of her life, her son and daughter.

More Precious Than Gold

© Jennifer Merkt
I have two things in my life more precious than gold
They always warm my heart whenever it gets cold
The smiles on their faces will light up your day
Once those images reach your mind, they never go away.
The day they were born was the day we first met
And I knew the beauty of their souls were like a summer sunset

The love that they have and the bond that they share
Anyone can see for one another they care
Most times they're friends but of course they still fight
But then they make up with hugs and squeezes so tight
They're cute as a button, sometimes fresh as can be
But I wouldn't trade them for the world,
it's just them and me

He's dark and handsome with the biggest brown eyes
And he's honest as ABE he wouldn't dare tell lies
She's petite and pretty with eyes like the sea
They put a lock on my heart and she holds the key

More precious than gold that is my son and my daughter
Forever in my life, Daniel and Cassandra


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Published: Feb 2006

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