Mother Daughter Poem

I Love You Mommy Poem

A child expresses her love to her mother and regrets that she doesn't share it enough.

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If it wasn't for my mom I never would have made it in my life. I have always been a daddy's girl and wrote this to let my mom know how I really appreciate and love her even if it seemed I didn't.

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Published: February 2006

Mommy, I love you
More than you see.
You have always been there
When I needed you to be.

I know I don't show
How great my love is,
But I need you to know
All the love of you I have to give.

I wish there was more
For you I could do,
But all I can say
Is how much I love you.

It is deeper than the oceans,
Higher than the sun.
I could shout it forever
And still not be done.

Your smile is a keepsake.
I keep close to my heart
That I open up and treasure
When we are apart.

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  • Gail (Russellburg) Mckinney by Gail (Russellburg) Mckinney
  • 8 years ago

If it wasn't for my mom I never would have made it in my life. I have always been a daddy's girl and wrote this to let my mom know how I really appreciate and love her even if it seemed I didn't.

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