Saturday, January 31, 2009

Jewish Mother

I am a Jewish mother
No different from another

My fears will not subside
They’re always deep inside

I try hard to be neat
My guests get lots to eat

I spoiled both my boys
I bought them lots of toys

And when they learned to drive
I hardly could survive

I worry who they’d date
And when they came home late

No chicken soup I’d make
Just medicine to take

I am my husband’s wife
I married him for life

I know my family’s great
I’m sure my boys are straight

Most moms are all the same
I have a Jewish name

By, Randee Saber 1/31/09