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Grateful for Son's Love

I am grateful on this day, 
Friday, 17th December 2010, 
for
Son's Love


Perfectly gifted,
on the most beautiful morn,
baby 'one', my first born.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY ADRIAN


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Comments

GrandmaK said…
Such a tender Haiku! And Happy Birthday to Adrian! Cathy
rebecca said…
seriously? SUE!!!! my first born, one and only is also named ADRIAN!
your haiku is so touching....
and the discovery of one more perfect connection with you, son's love gratitude, sharing the same name....
fills me with JOY!
deb did it said…
such a beautiful tribute! and precious photo
Boonie S said…
Happy Birthday to Adrian too.

Have a nice day, Boonie
Ramesh Sood said…
Birthdays are reminders that we all grow..and then growing up in such tender care and love..well God bless Adrian.. Happy Birthday to Him, Lucky him to have you writing such a lovely haiku as a symbol of love that would shine in this space for eons..
Charlotte said…
What a beautiful little boy he was, you should be very proud of him too now Mum, he's grown up to be a very successful and responsible husband and father. Happy Birthday Adrian. Happy anniversary of your firstborn Mummy xxxx
Annie said…
My first born, a son, was born on the 16th, two years less a day from the day my husband and I met (Dec. 17, 1975). Husband's birthday is Dec. 15th. I've always regarded him as an early Christmas present to me and our son, an early Christmas present to US. So, December 15, 16, and 17 have always felt special to me.

Happy birthday to Adrian - the special one in your life.
Meri said…
Such sweetness -- Happy Birthday, Adrian.
turquoise cro said…
Happy Birthday Adrian!!!Thank GOD for children, gifts!!they are!!
Noelle Renee said…
A beautiful haiku for a beloved son from his madonna of a mother. Blessings and light on your birthday Adrian. Bon Anniversaire!
xox,
Noelle
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My Lady Haiku,
do you have a word or two
for my first-born son?

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