Pam Fraser


A Parents Touch


A Mothers, touches her children, with her tender touch
A Fathers, hug that hugs them tight,
Let them know you love them
morning, noon, and night.
Put your arms around them,
hold them near to you,
Feel the beating of their hearts,
the life that you made new.
Rolling around the floor with them,
teasing and laughing and playing,
Listening to what they'll tell you,
they have so much to say.
Take time to get to know them,
see the colours in their eyes,
Appreciate that little person or person
That lies deep inside them.
Let them run their fingers through your hair
and down your face,
Fill their hearts with words of praise,
make home their favorite place.
Cuddle with them on the couch
Watch their favorite TV show,
Sing with them or share a book
and help their world to grow.
Take a walk into the park, or anywhere
hold each other's hand,
Smell the flowers, feed the ducks,
build castles in the sand.
A Mothers, touch her children, with her tender touch
A Fathers, hug that hugs them tight,
Show them what a gift they are,
to love them feels so right.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 16, 2004
Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2005

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  • Delann Garnand (5/21/2007 12:48:00 AM)

    So beautiful, something we give as parents is that unconditional love that comes from with in, keep writing Pam your words convey the warmth in your heart. Most excellent, God bless (Report) Reply

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