In honor of the upcoming holiday, here’s a short poem to commemorate real life motherhood. It’s one I’m sure Hallmark will be wanting to pick up for next year’s Mother’s Day cards.
Eyes with bags
Boobs that sag
Skin once smooth and tight
Now covered in cellulite
Then there’s stretchmarks, spider veins and the like
All from giving birth to a little tike
Her weight is now distributed in the weirdest of ways
Facial hairs sprouting, along with some grays
The worry lines are the first wrinkles to come
Because this Mother’s job is just never done
A taxi driver, cook, teacher, and a maid
Can you believe your Mom doesn’t get paid?!
The job is a thankless and tiring one
Her body is destroyed when all is said and done
So give her a break and not just Mother’s Day
She works hard but needs some time to play
Let her take a nap, read a book, pour her a glass
Just never ever comment on the size of her ass!
Happy Mother’s Day!
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