What if my mother would die today?
Leave me without family!
Of course that’s not true, I would not be alone
but the pain would kill me, you see.
It would leave me without a family!
Set my world all cast adrift.
The pain would probably kill me, you see!
In my forties, and orphan I’d be!
My world would be all cast adrift,
you see, even though it is nature’s way.
In my forties, an orphan I would be
if I lost my mother today.
You see, even though it is nature’s way
she has always been my rock!
And if I lost my mother today
it would be a horrible shock!
She has always been my rock
and, although I would not be alone,
I would miss her like I’d miss the air I breathe
if my mother would die today!
Still have so many poems to visit from various prompts, but when I stumbled on The Daily Post’s prompt for yesterday Worst Case Scenario, this sort of popped into my head. It’s also an attempt at the very first form I ever used and love, a pantoum, even though I know it doesn’t quite meet all the requirements. I also hope my mother will not throw a fit over using this photo, as we disagree on the beauty of it. *smile* Älskar dig mamma!