A Mother’s Work Is Never Done
by Richard L. Belford
There are people, we cannot replace,debts we can never repay,
times only we remember.
I recall your losing more than could be given, giving more than could be repaid,more times, than can be remembered.
My dreams are bountiful, your misgivings fueled my desire to succeed, your patience sustained me through adversity. I always strived to do the same.
When that which we had seems forever lost, I often look to the evening sky for a glimpse of the brightest star.
It assures me. A mother’s work is never done and my journey has just begun.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Richard Lawrence Belford is an Inspirational Writer, a father of two daughters and the eldest of three sons who grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He has been on a twenty-year creative journey that’s been fueled by his genuine desire to provide faith, comfort and hope to those in grief. This creative journey has not only allowed Richard to become a well published Inspirational Writer, but has also afforded him the privilege of sharing his universally heartfelt sentiments with others, sentiments that celebrate life, provide comfort, inspire faith and honor the memory of those dear to our hearts.
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