Praying for a Titus 2 Woman

By |June 9th, 2014|

Dear God, am I really suppose to do it alone?
Am I suppose to find my way on my own?
Where are the women who are supposed to be by my side?
Advising me, leading me, being my guide

Where are the women whose wisdom is strong?
Teaching me, shaping me, molding me along

Dear God, I’m not sure I’ve got […]

Lesson Learned

By |February 23rd, 2012|

Being a mother,

Is more than just providing their physical needs

It is also planting spiritual seeds

Filling their soul with so much good things

There’s no room for the bad

Teaching them to deal with their feelings

Making their heart feel glad

 

Glad to be alive, glad to be who they are

Filling them up with self-esteem, making them feel secure

The world […]

The Real Phenomenal Woman

By |January 4th, 2012|

Her worth is not determined by physical appearances

nor her beauty by the color of her skin

Her extraordinary loveliness shines through

An effervescent glow from within

 

What makes her phenomenal?

Is it the stride of her strut?

Is it the curve of her hips,

the shape of her booty or the size of her lips?

 

What makes her phenomenal?

God’s word discuss

She is […]

The Matriarch

By |January 4th, 2012|

All her life she walks strong

She fights and toil

She digs up soil

 

She plants good seeds

and watch them grow

Then she reaped what she sow

 

Her children, grand-children, great grand children

She has taught them how to love

How to trust in their Father above

 

From her, daughters have learnt to be mothers

And sons have learnt to be great men

who love […]

A Mother’s Garden

By |January 4th, 2012|

On her shelves, tables, mantels and walls

There you will find framed photographs, photo albums, scrapbooks,

trophies, medals, certificates, momentums of achievement,

boxes of pictures not yet framed or hung

 

Captured moments in the evolution of time

Weddings, Graduations, Birthday Parties, celebrations

and life’s simply joyful times

 

In drawers and storage rooms

Old report cards, artwork, homemade Mother’s day, Birthday, Christmas day and […]

Protect You

By |January 4th, 2012|

Do you know how much

I want to protect you

Keep you safe all the time

Protect you from all the bad things in the world

Crime, slime and grime

 

I want to baby proof your whole life

Protect you from hurt, pain and strife

 

I want to catch you every time you fall

Be there whenever you call

 

Fly to your rescue like […]

Screams in the Middle of the Night

By |January 4th, 2012|

Screams in the middle of the night

Wake me up in a fright

Oh, my gosh, is she alright

As she screams in the middle of the night

Sweetie Pie, are you okay?

Would you like to say a little pray?

Keep the scary things away

Let mommy hold you tight

Keep you safe as you sleep tonight

 

His Word:

In peace I will lie […]

8 P.M

By |January 4th, 2012|

Ahhhhhh

8 P.M

I’ve been waiting for you

Dreaming about you all day

Thoughts of you have seen my through

Now the adults can play

The children are asleep finally

I can hear myself think

Aaaaaaahhhh

8 P.M

You are a good friend

You help keep me sane

Thoughts of you have seen me through

Now I can breathe again

During these noisy times,

my heart rate climbs

Now it can […]

On Your Birthday (For Mom)

By |February 27th, 2010|

On your birthday, mom

if only I could

So many treasures I’ll give to you

I promise I would

 

But first let me start simply with this

On both cheeks, your chin, your forehead

Each a sweet tender kiss

 

Warm as theCaribbeansun

my arms will hold you tight

and a big cuddly squeeze

I would hug you day and night

 

Many joyful moments I would give […]

Mama

By |January 17th, 2010|

Sometimes you are miserable

Sometimes you make me so mad

I just want to scream and shout

Or hit something

 

But you are still incredible

My friends come and go from my life

My boys are here today and gone

tomorrow

But you are always here through my

happy times and sorrows

 

Sometimes my dad’s around, sometimes

he’s not

Rainfall, sunshine, you are by my side

In you […]