Halley was a teacher at a junior high school. who loves to write and always wants to learn new things about the world of authorship.
A poem for a son
It's been 10 years since you filled our parents' day You've learned the science of arithmetic hurt. However, you are immune.
You've learned the science of sharing suffering.
However, you are faithful.
Here let me hug you my son.
Here let me kiss your forehead my son.
Let me remember tomorrow.
Until where my time is fragile, to sustain you.
We did too.
Exactly yourself often whine and ask without embarrassment Looking for a hug when longing Spill tears when need
leaving a tear when not together
We remember that time.
when you were still helpless organize steps organize speech, organize sounds to remember.
We remember that time you came here looking for attention.
We remember that time you first knew About who we are Mom and Dad.
Release your grip slowly until you are ready Hold on to the power of the heart which we have left that has been taught which you have held with your mind.
My son is growing and growing up. Tomorrow you can read there is a sign of love
From us with a simple shape As a sign of love for tomorrow to be read.
© 2018 Halley Kawistoro