Sunday, May 11, 2008

Happy Mother's Day Moms (and Dads who are both mom and dad)



And now for your reading pleasure, a Mother's Day poem penned by my 10 year old daughter, Kylie:

"If My Mom Were in Charge of the World"
(adapted by Kylie so that it talks about her mom)


If my Mom were in charge of the world
She'd cancel messy houses,
High taxes,
High gas prices
And also arguing.

If my Mom were in charge of the world
Soccer would be more popular,
Everything in the store would be on sale,
Everyone would get out of the house and exercise more.

If my Mom were in charge of the world
She wouldn't have too many toys in the house.
She wouldn't have the TV on for more than two hours.
Or "Be nice to your sister!"
You wouldn't even have any yelling.

If my Mom were in charge of the world
Curling up with a good book all day would be OK.
And everyone would be quiet while she read.
And a person who sometimes forgot to empty the dishwasher,
And sometimes didn't like to fold clothes,
Would still be allowed to be
In charge of the world.


That's my Kylie; she has a knack for telling it like it really is.

3 comments:

pjd said...

awww. says so much. I especially like the second stanza. And the last one. And the one between them, and the first one. Nice job.

bluesugarpoet said...

:)

(thought you would appreciate that soccer line)

Dalene said...

Oh my goodness...that is absolutely adorable.

I'm pretty sure that getting a poem from my daughter would be the best gift EVER!

Sounds like you're loved a lot, mom!