Mommy's Fashion Show - Poetry
"Mommy's Fashion Show"
by Candace Green
Pull out the red carpet you are about to see
A pretty famous lady, she's my mommy
She don't wear a bunch of make-up, her cheeks are blushed rose
Her tummy's wet from dishes
There's even flour on her nose
Her hair is twisted back to help keep her cool
It's fancy I guess,she makes my daddy drool
She wears a cleaning dress, but you sure couldn't tell
To me she looks just like a true southern belle
The envy of a super model or Hollywood star
Her smile makes me happier than the best of toys by far
Her purse is kinda big, it holds everything we need
Diapers, crackers, toys galore and band-aids when we bleed
She don't have to wear shoes, she's not ashamed to show her feet
She won my beauty contest and didn't even cheat
Her kiss is her best talent, it has secret power you know
Bring out the cameras and see the best of Mommy's Fashion Show
Aprons for Mom
This poem has a vintage slant to motherhood I'm sure to some, but the concept applies to all loving mommies. I dedicate my poem to all mothers that take good care of their precious children often without recognition or compliments.
This poem is seen through the eyes of a child.
You may feel that you are not as beautiful as you once were, but you shine in the eyes of your children and that is all that matters.
"Don't doubt your husband, he still thinks your hot even with a few extra pounds or when you don't have time to doll up all the time."
"Be proud of your motherhood, you have nothing to hide, flaunt your stuff and be an example, there's eyes everywhere watching you."
You have the highest paying job in the world. "Don't let anybody intimidate you."
"Mommy, you will always be a hero!"