Momma’s Job

Come, little eagle,
spread your wings and fly—
touch the sky!

Copyright © 2021 Abigail Gronway – All Rights Reserved

Collom’s Lune
invented by Jack Collom
lexical: 3-5-3 words per line = 11 words total
any topic, meter, rhyme, metaphor allowed

Momma’s job is to teach her little ones to fly without her. There is a part of us mothers that hates to let go; and yet nature teaches us that letting go is the most important part of raising our children—or at least equal to the task of making sure they are ready when it’s time for them to fly solo.

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