Mother Poem

Poem About The Impact Of A Mother

I wrote this for my 88 year old mother for Mother's Day!

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I watched the cop ask my mom, "Do you have a child?" I quickly butt in. "Yes, she does. She's my mom and forever she'll be mine and that's why I love her."

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A Mother's Love

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Published: March 2015

A mother gives her children
Stepping stones to the stars
Her love is unconditional
Her heart has no bars

A mother teaches her children
To be confident and bold
Her special love for her children
More valuable than silver or gold

A mother picks up her children
And wipes away life's tears
She scares away monsters in the night
And silences life's fears

A mother celebrates
Her children's accomplishments in life
She hurts and cries with them
When life brings times of strife

A mother shares her love freely
With her tender loving way
She grows more beautiful
To her children with each passing day

Mother, I'm grateful
for all these things that you do
And on this special Mother's Day
I want you to know how much I love you

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  • by Najiya Rivera Cortes
  • 2 years ago

I watched the cop ask my mom, "Do you have a child?" I quickly butt in. "Yes, she does. She's my mom and forever she'll be mine and that's why I love her."

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