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August 13, 2010

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pamela

Julie this is lovely!
Seems a few people were inspired by this prompt to write about motherhood!
Pamela

Derrick

Never 'away' really though!

Mary

Children grow so fast, but even when they are grown up they are never really 'away,' as Derrick said.

Paul Oakley

...inevitably
(hopefully) away
from us and into
themselves

The bit of parental bravery that comes hardest is allowing kids to grow up and stand or fall on their own. Nicely written, Julie, as always!

wayne

nicely done Julie..thanks for sharing your words

Diane

Ah, the minefield of motherhood indeed! An outstanding poem, Julie.

ms pie

...beautiful and rich with emotion as motherhood is....

vivienne blake

I understand the wobbly chin. But it's a wonderful thing when those small people whose care is our responsibility and joy, become adults and metamorphose into best friends.

gautami tripathy

Julie, I had come here before this to comment but my comment did not go through. I don't know why.

I loved your work. Motherhood is the best thing that can happen to us.

http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.com/2010/08/half-way-through.html

gautami tripathy

I am glad it got posted now!

:D

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