What's in it for Me?

BY: heidiH

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This whole experience
I'm growing through,
Your message I've received!
I must give more to those
I care for and love.

As a parent,
guide me to be more reassuring—
praising, giving hugs and kisses,
every day saying, "I love you."

As a wife,
let me be his refuge,
a partner that esteems
in moments of uncertainty.  

As a daughter,
remind me more often
to talk to my parents—
not just when I should,
but because I want to hear their voices.

As a friend,
move me to do unexpected acts of kindness,
demonstrating how much I care.

As a co-worker,
inspire me to smile,  
greeting everyone I pass today,
reaching out to the quiet one
who eats alone.

What's in it for me?
Everything.
Your love flowing through me
can change my world. 

 

 



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