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A Somewhat Other Mother’s Day by Pat Garcia

Two Thousand One, War on Planet Earth began, Step by step, Country by country, From east to west, And north to south, Culture fighting culture, Tradition struggling tradition, Religion prodding religion, Race killing race, Nationality prevaricating nationality, Men predating women, Power strangling, Dictators glorified, Women pained, Children borne, Bombs blasted in the air, People died. …

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Its, A Mother’s Day Poem

Mouths starved.

Necks choked.

Shoulders bruised.

Torsos kicked.

These its,

These puny its have no voices.

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Some Mother’s Heart Is Crying

Global expansion is inching its way, step by step, across planet Earth––but some mother’s heart is crying. Lives are being laid down in the Ukraine, Sudan, North Korea, Egypt, Syria and Nigeria––some mother’s child is dead. Hate, spirited by greed and power, makes men do the detestable; violating the rights of other human beings––some mother’s …

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But It’s Mother’s Day

What do you hear,” the child asked the Prophet, curious to know what was happening below the heavenly atmosphere they lived in, “What do you hear?” “I hear mothers mourning over the lost of their young.” “But it’s Mother’s Day,” the child replied. “Oh, how well I know that,” answered the Prophet. “So tell me …

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A Special Mother’s Day Tribute and the Introduction to the Article, But It’s Mother’s Day

This year’s Mother’s Day article, But It’s Mother’s Day, is a tribute to all those mothers who have lived through the agony of having a child precede them in death.  No mother expects to see her child leave this earth before she does: it is the mother’s heart that dreams of life–long life– for her …

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