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Following the loss of my only daughter, I adopted her only daughter who was 8 days old. Some thoughts on being in the "middle" in life.
I am a Sandwich!
I didn't mean to be one,
but here I am anyway
and my mom.
in the middle
flip flopping around the edges.
(though my breast beats
love for both these ladies!)
I am a Sandwich,
though it is the baby who is a little crumb
who is a little on the crusty side...
(very thankful she's not "toasted"!)
I definitely am a Sandwich
and I think
I should accept
that I am
With a enough mustard
I might make it through.
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