“Mom Always Say’s…” (Poem)

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“Mom Always Say’s…”


“Hustle your Bustle!  You don’t want to be late for school!”

my mom would emphasize, or…

“Don’t let the bed bugs bite”, as I lay my head down at night…

“Gee, mom… Thank’s for the fright.”

Moms unique phrases used all throughout my life,

ring true to this day and each and every night…

Even as an adult, I know she loves to relive the moments when I was a child,

“I love you a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck…”

Saying goodnight to my mom three-thousand miles away,

… takes nearly twenty minutes to say, but I would never change a thing.

“Sweet dreams, Mom.”, “Sweet dreams, Dear.”

Until we do it all again, tomorrow, I wouldn’t have it any other way.

“I Love You, Mom.”


BC 2019

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    1. My sicerest condolences, Patsy. I hope I didn’t trigger you and make you cry.
      Every so oten, I’ll write a little something about my mom, for my mom, to show her how much I appreciate and love her.
      It’s hard with her being 3000 miles away, but thank goodness for the phone.


        1. Ah, that’s a shame. Then again, I didn’t have a relationship whatsoever with my father.
          Families are screwed up. I just hung up with my mother going on about my Eff’d up brother. He’s in trouble YET AGAIN.
          Ihate the fac that he makes her worry, when he doesn’t give a damn what he does to her. He curses and blames her and everyone else he can think of for his problems.
          I simply don’t have the patience for him. He just ticks me off because he upsets her so much.
          Ahhh, families!!! Can’t live with them, can’t live with them. 🙄

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