A Letter To My Son
by Helen M Ide
Friday, August 01, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I wish you the stars up above
I wish the best for you my dearest love
When moon beams dance that is your chance
For the love that is your perfect romance
I wish you love and hopes and dreams, I wish you joy and endless schemes.
When seasons change and time is lost
We can't get that back believe it or not.
Don't forget the time we shared
Don't forget the times we've cared.
So on this day I send to you
A wish from my heart that will never end.
So go forth and be the man,
And lean lifes lessons as best you can.
Someday when I am gone
My love for you will carry on.
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|Reviewed by Shirley Houston
|Having 5 sons and a daughter, this poem touches me on a very deep level. Thank you!|
|Reviewed by Glenda Bixler
|This will become a beautiful tangible memory for your son...|
|Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle
The love we have for our children and the lessons we convey to them shall never grow old, nor will they ever be forgotten. Thank you for sharing this tribute to your son.
Aside from the comment that Axilea mentioned about 'lean' needing to be 'learn,' a wonderful piece that could be widely shared by many parents, seeking to express their thoughts to their children.
|Reviewed by Denise Nowakowski
This is such a beautiful poem, so full of emotion I can almost touch it. You must be a wonderful mother.
All my best wishes.
|Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
|This is so beautiful and such a wonderful piece for your son. I am sure he will be proud when he reads this....
Be always safe,
|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|this is so touching and sweet.I'm sure your son will love reading this poem just like he loves you very much.I know you have done a fine job of raising him to be the man that he is today.He is lucky to have you as his mother.you take care of yourself
|Reviewed by Axilea MU
So many sentences begin this way,
when we think of a letter to our children.
Simple and true.
(I think lean must be learn, third line from the end)