Mother Poem

Poem About Owing Everything To Mom

A girl writes to her Mom: Thanks for always being here for me. You brought me up in a beautiful way. You told me that education is key, and your advice sunk in. Mom, I don't know what I would do without you.

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Dear Mom, You always keep me safe. You taught me left to right, and you were never wrong. I can always count on you. I do would not know what to do without you. I love you. Mom!

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What Would I Do Without You?

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Published: February 2006

Ever since I was a little girl, you showed me right from wrong;
inspired me with your courage, put me to bed with a song..

When you got sick and almost died,
you always kept your pain inside to spare me.

You never let me see your tears,
encouraged me to be strong.

Who could know what God's plan was,
He let me keep you after all.

Every day you told me, Education is the key.
It all sunk in, because now I'm in college, securing a good life.

If things had turned out differently,
If you had been taken away,

And your words had never gotten through,
where would I be today?

All in all, it seems as though,
I owe my life to you,

You are my Mom, and if you weren't here,
I don't know what I'd do.

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  • by Brian
  • 2 years ago

Dear Mom,

You always keep me safe. You taught me left to right, and you were never wrong. I can always count on you. I do would not know what to do without you. I love you. Mom!

  • by Atlanta
  • 8 years ago

My mum,
She taught me right from wrong, from the day she lay eyes upon me she never doubted me in any kind of way she always comforted me whenever I was sad she always made me smile on the dullest of days
mum I love you in every kind of way

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