Mother’s Smile

Mother's Smile  By Michael R Burch   There never was a fonder smilethan mother's smile, no softer touchthan mother's touch. So sleep awhileand know she loves you more than "much." So more than "much," much more than "all."Though tender words, these do not speakof love at all, nor how we falland mother's there, nor how … Continue reading Mother’s Smile

“The Mask”

A combination poem from Maya Angelou and Paul Laurence Dunbar THE MASK When I think about myself I almost laugh myself to death. My life has been one great big joke! A dance that’s walked a song that’s spoke. I laugh so hard, I almos’ choke When I think about myself. You see seventy years in … Continue reading “The Mask”