An Aunts Hands

A poem by Remontz to my Aunt

Written for Mother’s Day 2019

In an Aunt’s Hands

When I think about the building blocks of a man,

You are vital to the core that helps me stand.

When I think about the building blocks of a man,

I think about how I was first held in your hands.

When I think about the building blocks of a man,

I think about vacations — I was your right-hand

When I think about the building blocks of a man,

how you strike fear and fun with the same hands.

When I think about the building blocks of a man,

I think of being fouled n rising to claps of your hands.

When I think about the building blocks of a man,

Aunts’ like you help mold them with your hands.

When I think about the building blocks of a man, 

You are vital to the the core that helps me stand.

When I think about the building blocks of a woman….

With you my daughters couldn’t be in greater hands!

Happy Mother’s Day Auntie, today is your day to not even lift a finger.

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Copyright © 2020 Kacy Gilbert (Writing as Remontz)

All rights reserved.

No part of this poem may be reproduced or used in any manner without the prior written consent of the copyright owner; except for the use of brief quotations in a book review.

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Published by Remontz_X

I’m an amateur writer & storyteller. As of now I write short-stories, novel(s) and some pretty terrible poetry. The genres you will most likely see from me will range from science-fiction, fantasy, satire, sarcasm(humor) and just plain vanilla fiction. I intend to grow and show my progress in that growth. I am focused on honing the craft and developing an audience of readers. 👍🏾💯☄️

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