Charles Mowery

2-23-1930   10-10-2002

In Memory of my brother-in-law

You deserved a poem

Just like all the rest

You lived your life

You really did your best.


A quiet man you always were

Moving about, always doing chore’s

Going to work, then coming home

Starting work again, she expected more!


Still keeping your smile

As you never seem to mind

Cleaning, doing dishes, no mater what,

You still always found the time.


When the mind quit working

And the going got tough

You still kept busy,

Even though, it was rough.


Life around you continued on

It doesn’t matter now, what or where

There are just no worries

And no more troubles to bare.

                                                               by betty stillion shinn