Dillon McKenna


Mothers Day


The love that starts at birth,
The love that starved the Earth,
The love you give every day,
The love that never fades,
The love you have for me,
The love you have for three.

The love burned in three souls,
The love that sparked the living coal,
The love that crushed Niobe's heart,
The love from us cannot part,
The love I have for you,
The love we three have for you.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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