We held our son; Their family lineage Their last name My father’s grandson . My brothers Hold our father’s lineage Father’s last name A daughter, I held father’s last name Only for a “moment” . I “smile” While wondering, Is it fair? Is it okay? To carry and hold a child; my own blood My…… Continue reading Tradition?
Like the perfect fragrance On your skin A mother can be. Like the worst perfume A mother could be! Does she make you laugh? Does she make you cry? Does she just leave you emotionless? A mother; She could paint your day with sunshine She could paint your day with darkness. A mother could lift…… Continue reading Mothers!
You had me fooled for a moment.. I have changed; I am wiser! ~Susan McMillan
I wanna Be the words To every poem you write… So he said ~Susan McMillan
She smiles For a reason She cries For a reason That’s the way she” feels” In that moment! ~Susan McMillan
Come on love, let me hold your hand in mine… ~Susan McMillan
We wore our skin Like it was our identity! Drifted apart by history in the making We had no chance We had no choice In that cold world! Black girl was no match For a white boy White boy had no chance At a black girl From a distance, Was our only chance To love!…… Continue reading Black girl/white boy
In the middle of the night When the world is lost in slumber She’s awake! Wrapped tight in her lover’s arms She whispers all her fears; “I am afraid of the future” “I am afraid of death” “I am afraid of the unknown” “I am just afraid” . Him Seeing through her “naked soul”…… Continue reading Naked soul;
A lover’s heart Holds on tight As his love “fades” away; She can’t remember She won’t remember She will never know again He loves her so! ~Susan McMillan (For dementia victims)
You are every word I want to say But I fail start. ~Susan McMillan