God Bless My Darling Child

This is from your dear Mother

Who expected you for months

Sometimes feeling distressed and exhausted

Though excited, from carrying another Soul

 

Eyes watched how she gained weight

Tummy bulging with time

Cravings shooting sky high

Conduct, a little bit unusual

 

She had many questions in mind

Said endless prayers for you

Believed God for a safe arrival

Hoped for your survival

 

Wishing you become a responsible human

And a respectable woman like her

The brightest without fear

Great in this world

When she saw your face for the first time

She embraced her treasure

Yearned for what was best

She looked at you and declared

‘God bless my darling child’

 

This poem is about: 
My family

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