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I Wish ...

I wish I'd wake up to a world of peace
Where hunger, crimes and wars no longer exist
I wish the poor and destitute are daily fed
And find a happy home to rest their heads

I wish, people will no longer fight and fuss
About where to eat while others don't even own a purse
I wish we'd stop for a while and ponder and obey
And listen to the cries of other hearts today

I wish, we'd take a friend or stranger's hand
And remind them to always form a band
That we are stronger when we join together
Just like we would help and be there for a brother

I wish, that kids caught between broken homes and wars
Can sit around in happy homes, playing with little toy cars
They should never be burden with the selfishness of mankind
But live in stability and with a peaceful and joyful mind

I wish the lonely widowed women and elderly
Who feel so lost and hopeless without a family
Be told and shown love daily by someone who cares
Because their burden seem so heavy and hard to bear

I wish, our daily words and deed will reflect
Our desires of an honest and pure heart in effect
I wish that all of mankind will live in harmony and unity
And live lovingly and peacefully among humanity

Oh how I wish, I wish.....

- Written by Donique C Perez copyrighted 2009/04/16

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I Celebrate Your Life Aunty - by Donique.C. Perez

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I Celebrate Your Life Aunty ... You were my friend.......R.I.P.

Dedicated to my loving Aunt whose life and purpose was fulfilled on earth, April 04, 2009, and was like a gem to me..

You showed me nothing but unselfish love
Always forgiving and peaceful like a dove
You showed me nothing but simple compassion
Willing to help me in any situation

With open arms always ready to serve
You were like an angel sent from above
I miss your loving and jovial smile
I wished you would have stayed awhile

I was oh so lucky that He had warned me
Way in advance that you were on your journey
I took that time to spend them with you
To show you how much I had loved you

But God was ready for his chosen angel
And waited on that day to ring that bell
An angel so loving, kind and sincere
Little did I know He was always standing near

I thank you God for sending us an angel on earth
I thank you God for her meaningful and wondrous birth
I am happy she’s with you and no longer in pain
I thank you God that someday I’ll get to see her again

I celebrate your life Auntie, you were my friend
Someday, someday I'’ll surely meet with you again
Thank you for sharing your life with us
One who had always put others first

Your purpose here on earth was fulfilled
Goodbye, goodbye, It was His will

May you Rest in Peace. Your loving spirit lives on.

- Written by Donique.C. Perez

Copyright 2009 Donique.C. Perez 2009/04/04

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My Dream Place by Tom Fenning

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My Dream Place

There is a place I’d like to go
Where it’s
Always sunny
And there is no snow.
There is a field
Where the crops all grow.
In this place where there is no snow.
The ocean’s turquoise waters
A perfect match to the skies hue.
In this place I want to go
Where there is no snow.
The gentle breeze in this sunny clime
Is where I’d like to spend my time.
In this place where I want to go
Where there is no snow.
The air so clean
Fresh and sweet
Is where I’d like to plant my feet
In the place I’d like to go
Where there is no snow.

Written by Tom Fenning

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Father to Son - by Leandra Gebrakedan

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Father to Son

Daddy, what is poverty?
Well son, it’s when people are really really poor.
Oh right, OK.

Daddy.
Yes my son.
What is famine?
It’s when lots of people go very very hungry, and die through lack of food.
Oh right, OK.

Daddy, daddy, what is war?
It’s when two countries fight.
Why do they fight?
Well they can fight over land, or religion, or oil or diamonds.
Oh right, OK.

But daddy.
Yes my son.
It isn’t right, is it.
No my son, it’s wrong, it’s very very wrong


Written by Leandra Gebrakedan

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Mothers Day Poems

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Mother's Day is coming soon, and if you have a Mother's Day poem to submit to this blog, I would love to see it.

Meanwhile, if you are looking for Mother's Day poems, please check the following link to see what we have under that label (tag). If additional Mothers Day poems are added to the blog, they will be added to this category as well.

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Mothers Monologue - by Leandra Gebrakedan

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Mothers Monologue

Have you brushed your teeth.
Have you done your homework.
Have you chosen your options for your GCSE's.
Have you sent your application to university.

Why are you so skinny, so busy studying to eat.
Why haven't you visited recently, have you met a nice girl.
Why don't you let me babysit, give me a chance to spend time with the grandchildren.

Don't forget to take them to Sunday school, you always loved it as a little boy.
Don't forget to open a bank account for them, and remind them to put their pennies in the moneyjar.
Don't forget me

Written by by Leandra Gebrakedan

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The beauty within

Oh my goodness, have you seen her.
Enormous, crazy hair.

Oh I think, how awful, poor woman.
You've got to have standards. There's no excuse.

Let me sit down, it's been a long day.
Oh coffee and cake, lovely.

Now what happened to my hat. I must have dropped it when running to work.
Well I had the children's sandwiches to make, and Glynis's breakfast to prepare.
Got to be a good neighbour.

Those two women over there still going on about some woman, haven't they got anything better to do.

She's leaving , I hear them say whilst I run to catch yet another bus.
Well I help out at the charity shop Wednesdays.
Never did get to see who they were going on about.

Oh mustn't forget to buy flowers on way, poor Fiona is single again.
Heart of gold. Flowers always cheer her up

Written by Leandra Gebrakedan

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