Posts Tagged ‘Momories’


Moms Make it Better

I need my M++ommy. It doesn’t matter than I am 58 years old. Or that Mom went to God in 1996. What matters is I have been down with lung gunk for three weeks now, and I need my Mommy. Because she always made it better when I was sick. Bad tummy? Dry toast and flat […]

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Mother’s Day ‘Momories’ Straight from the Heart (Republished)

One of my most treasured inheritances from Mom is a photocopied poem, surrounded by a hand-made sussy purple oval, held in a clunky, old wooden frame. The poem is by Jenny Joseph. It’s not long: WARNING “When I am an old woman I shall wear purple With a red hat which doesn’t go, and doesn’t […]

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Mother’s Day ‘Momories’ Straight from the Heart

One of my most treasured inheritances from Mom is a photocopied poem, surrounded by a hand-made sussy purple oval, held in a clunky, old wooden frame. The poem is called “Warning”, by Jenny Joseph. It’s not long: “When I am an old woman I shall wear purple With a red hat which doesn’t go, and […]

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