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How's Mother's Day?

'Mummy, guess what Anna brought in for show and tell?'
Today was Mother's Day and I had brought her a present.
I was telling her about that day at school.
Everyone made bright cards and tissue paper flowers.
'This old-fashioned clock thing that her grandad had given her'
I guess I never really thought about how much I loved my mum,
Only on Mother's Day.
That's why I was here right now.
I had brought flowers and a homemade card.
Daddy had made a special picnic.
We laid it out on the grass.
'Do you want a cheese or cucumber sandwich?'
I liked being out in the spring breeze.
I was wearing my yellow summer dress and white sandals.
Daddy had done my hair all nice.
We sat on the patchwork blanket and laughed about old memories.
The sun soon began to fade and the air became cold.
We laid down the flowers as it was quarter to seven,
'So Mum, how's Mother's Day in Heaven?''Mummy, guess what Anna brought in for show and tell?'
Today was Mother's Day and I had brought her a present.
I was telling her about that day at school.
Everyone made bright cards and tissue paper flowers.
'This old-fashioned clock thing that her grandad had given her'
I guess I never really thought about how much I loved my mum,
Only on Mother's Day.
That's why I was here right now.
I had brought flowers and a homemade card.
Daddy had made a special picnic.
We laid it out on the grass.
'Do you want a cheese or cucumber sandwich?'
I liked being out in the spring breeze.
I was wearing my yellow summer dress and white sandals.
Daddy had done my hair all nice.
We sat on the patchwork blanket and laughed about old memories.
The sun soon began to fade and the air became cold.
We laid down the flowers as it was quarter to seven,
'So Mum, how's Mother's Day in Heaven?'

by Charlotte Hovell (15)
Ferndown


Competition - Mum In A Million

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