Get Well Poem for Martha Petersen

Martin Dejnicki
The following get well poem is dedicated to a very special lady, Martha Petersen. She is a beautiful and strong South African lady that is currently being treated at Linksfield hospital.
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The poem was requested by her loving son-in-law, Sam Mhlungu. Sam and his wife Ingrid (Martha's Daughter) are praying for her recovery. God bless Martha!

Our Ouma

Martha Petersen is special and kind,

We love her so much, and her beautiful mind.

Her heart has expanded, love she gives dearly,

We pray for her recovery, from our hearts and sincerely.

A beautiful lady, she's always been proud,

Linksfield will help, get rid of that cloud.

Embraced South Africa, learned to be strong,

Lives life to the fullest, laughter's her song.

Ingrid and Sam wish her the best,

At this time, she needs plenty of rest.

No matter what, we'll always be there,

You are our ouma, we love you and care.

by Martin Dejnicki

PUBLISHED: Oct 10, 2023
Written By
Martin Dejnicki
I enjoy writing simple rhyming poetry that people can easily share with their loved ones. I live in Toronto with my loving wife and two curious, adventure-seeking daughters.
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