A mother's lullaby.

You’ve been the greatest gift of mine,
Held you close to me for months nine.

Your skin is so soft it makes me tickle,
I’ll take such care, nothing would cause you prickle.


In daytime you play around with your dad,

At night you cry but, I promise, I won’t ever be mad.

The first time when I saw your sweetest smile,
I knew, to make you happy, I’d even walk a mile.

You’re my morning sunshine, sugar, You’re my apple pie.
And I vow, I’ll love you till the day I die.



©The Honest Fabler
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23 thoughts on “A mother's lullaby.

  1. Lovely, lovely poem. I just enjoyed reading it. Mother is always a good topic in poetry. Even I write poems. I too have got a poem on my blog titled, a divine mate, which talks about the undying love of mother, please do read it, and comment what you thought about it..

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