Mother Child Poem

Poem About What Makes A Great Mother

A child writes of the qualities that make her mother great.

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As a child, I didn't grow up with the very mother that gave birth to me, but that doesn't deprive me from receiving the motherly care and love that I deserve because the couple that took me...

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My Mother

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Published: February 2006

I know of a woman whose strength is of a bear.
And even when she's not that happy, she always takes time out to care.
I know of a woman whose beauty is that of a queen.
But she continues to teach us that beauty doesn't mean a thing.
You see, this woman I know is surely like no other.
Because the woman I mention here is truly my great mother.

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  • Rita by Rita
  • 7 months ago

As a child, I didn't grow up with the very mother that gave birth to me, but that doesn't deprive me from receiving the motherly care and love that I deserve because the couple that took me in treated me like their own first child and that kept neighbours in the state of confusion as they kept on asking questions if am not really their child. It was because of their love, support and care, most especially the woman (my second mummy). She has always been my backbone. She has never, even in my failures, both in academics and other life endeavors stopped encouraging me to rise up and fight for my future. That's why I call her MY SUPERHEROINE.

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