My Children

As I sit here trying to find the perfect quote

To describe what my children mean to me,

I realize nothing describes my feelings quite enough,

So instead I’ll try to write myself so they can see..

Just how much I love them,

Just how much I care,

That no matter what happens in life,

I’ll always be there.


Everything about you is what gets me through,

The smiles and the laughter, the sadness and the tears,

Every single memory we make together

All throughout the years.

A hug from you filled with innocent love,

Can turn a tough day for me right around,

You have no idea how happy you make me

Without even a sound.

Not everyday goes as planned

And sometimes I can overreact and there’s a lot of disagreeing

But please understand I’m just tired & don’t mean any harm,

I love you with every piece of my being.

You are my whole entire world

And there is nothing I wouldn’t do for you,

You can always count on me to be there

No matter what it is you do.

Every hug, every kiss, every laugh filled with joy

Every struggle, every sleepless night, every up, every down,

All of these little things are what build memories

For us to look back on with a smile instead of a frown.

I wouldn’t change any of it,

It all ties together at the end of the day,

And you are the sunshine

That gets me through along the way.

No matter what I write, no matter what I say

There aren’t perfect enough words to describe the love I have for you,

So I’ll end by saying I simply love you more than you will ever know,

Please don’t ever doubt it, my love for you will always be pure and true.


◄ Just Me

A little Glimpse of you ►


Big Sal

Wed 9th Jan 2019 15:21

I personally don't think language has evolved enough for humans to properly convey emotions that mean so much. It is often difficult for even the most skilled and qualified writers to properly show enough of their intention that most others could understand and share the sentiment.

Great topic broached. The diction itself is filled with emotional panacea.👍

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