Mother's Children

Beds forgone,

In bed’s reframe,

In God’s veins.

In blessing arms,

The child falters,

Yet surreal besides God’s alters.


And for me,

And for desecrated decree.

I hold onto hands of small children,

I am the hand of small children,

Not the inside out flesh toddler dead agony to me.


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