I Miss My Mama and the Women from another Mother

by Marie Johnson-Ladson

They were there through the good and bad times 
They were my Mama and the Women from another Mother 
I miss my Mama and the Women from another Mother 

We cried and enjoyed together 
I miss their smiles, the fun and laugher

They taught me right from wrong and many lessons
I miss our daily talks and their positive attitudes  

These were the women in my life that helped mold me and gave me unconditional love 
I miss their kindness and patience
 
I am grateful and thankful they were in my life 
They were all exceptional and unique 

I appreciate the memories 
I miss our times together 

In the Bible, it speaks of a Mother saying: 

“She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue. She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.” — Proverbs 31:26-27 

I miss my Mama and the Women from another Mother.

Marie Johnson-Ladson is a writer of Poetry, Prose and Short Stories. She also writes fiction and non-fiction and has the passion to find beauty and the reality of life in the world we live in. Marie is a Contributor to “Poetry in the TIME of CORONAVIRUS: The Anthology.” She has published with Ben Speaks, Friday Flash Fiction, The International Women’s Writing Guild (IWWG), Spillwords, and The Teaneck Public Library Archives.

8 thoughts on “I Miss My Mama and the Women from another Mother

  1. Blessings Cousin Marie,
    You are truly touching the hearts of so many through your Works. May you continue to write inspirations to encourage us. I love them All..

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  2. Thank you Marie for writing these wonderful words that us women would love to express to our loved ones

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  3. Marie Johnson-Ladson writing’s are heart felt and alway’s of great interest to read! I look forward to
    Marie’s future writings!

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  4. This is a beautiful remembrance, Marie. May God’s peace and unconditional love fill your heart this Mother’s Day.

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  5. Congratulations, Marie, on your Agape Review debut. I am sure that many have similar memories of their mothers and the special women who touched their lives. God bless you and your family as you celebrate another Mother’s Day.

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