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I want to read readers opinion about this poem. Does it paint the true picture of a happy first time mother and her baby.
(Decicated to every first time mother)
Like a dream after I said i do,
I later concieved you,
For months I waited for your arrival,
and when you came you brought revival,
has there been another one before you?
None my child, this honour is over due,
childbirth, I consider no longer,
your cry for attention has made me stronger,
you are the first born to my home,
the seed from my own womb,
other babies will come after you,
but they come forth after whom?
To up hold the posterity of our future,
I became a woman by nature,
the pride of motherhood her perculliar child,
you and I we are two familier kind,
the symbol of my union,
your price above a trillion,
in the lord would we put our trust,
my love, our intimacy can never be lost."
(c) All Rights reserved.Johnson O.J.Arumona.2004
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