Mother Poem

A mother writes to her daughter who has grown up of life's lessons and to remember that to her mother she will always be her baby.

All Grown Up

© Wilda Parker

You are all grown up as anyone can see.
A beautiful lady standing in front of me.
Spreading your wings and leaving the nest,
to see what’s out there for you at best.
Learning what works for you,
depends mostly upon yourself.
Trust in what you feel is right.
Always remember throughout your life,
I'll be here whenever you need it.
You're still my little girl,
even though you're an adult now.
You always be young to me
All grown up in others eyes.
Still young as ever to me and will always be loved.

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Published: Feb 2006

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