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Poems and Poetry: Welcome Home My Child

Updated on March 4, 2012

Welcome Home My Child

I’d been wondering how you

Survived in that hell-hole far

From the comforts of home

I’d been waiting to see you

Back home where you belong

You’re a child in a million no

Matter your flaws and weaknesses

Because you equally have your

Strengths and abilities even

Though they may not be rewarded

Or unrecognized by some parents

Who’ve watched with a cargo bay

Full of disbelief when I fell over

You with the loving ferocity of

A lioness was has recovered a missing cub.


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    • tonymodus profile image

      tonymodus 5 years ago

      Eddy I know as a lovely mother you will not fail to comment on this poem. Thanks for taking your time to read this poem and I am very happy you enjoyed it.

    • Eiddwen profile image

      Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

      A great poem and thank you and for sharing.

      Take care and enjoy your day.