Category Archives: Poetry

“The Adopted Child” by Judith Land

The Adopted Child Somebody’s adopted child today Will linger all alone Hoping her birth mother will call Before the day has flown. Somebody’s adopted child will weep, Heartbroken and stunned tonight, Because her first mother gone Forgot to call or … Continue reading

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Adoption poem “Somebody’s Mother”

Somebody’s Mother Somebody’s mother today Will linger by her phone Hoping one child will call Before the day has flown. Somebody’s mother will weep, Heartbroken and stunned tonight, Because her children gone Forgot to call or write. Somebody’s mother somewhere … Continue reading

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Adoption: “Oh! Tell me of my Mother” Judith Land | Adoption Detective

“Oh! Tell Me of My Mother” by Stephen Collins Foster lingered in my memory. The sentimental lyrics brought tears to my eyes. After hearing this song, I hugged my pillow at night, and fantasized about my birth mother.” —Judith Land, … Continue reading

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