A story of motherhood is always fertile

Mothering instincts gender neutral

Love that is growing surely eternal

The preacher said “It’s not mere biology it’s how you raise them.”

And within the bunch, a stem is dying, just as another is growing

Towards the light or into the ground, either way the sun is knowing

Copyright John de Gruyther 2018

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