Mother Daughter Poem

To my beautiful daughter, Madison... May you follow your dreams and be true to yourself always! Love, Mom.

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I am too a pampered daughter and I loved reading your poem, it touched my heart. Thanks for sharing

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The Gift

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Published: December 2009

I received a gift on that faithful day
Of which I know I could never repay,
Just as God came down to say
He just gave one of his Angels away.

Little did I know, the test this would be
To prove to him and make him see,
That this angel was my destiny
Of that I'm sure a guarantee.

To hold her forever and never stray
To be there to comfort her pain away,
To see her through even the roughest of days
And teach her to be stronger along the way.

I was told one day, from a friend of mine
That God just gave me the gift of time!
Confused, I asked him to define?
And what he said never left my mind...

He said to watch her as she sleeps
It was then it became so plain to see,
How TIME STANDS STILL when she is next to me
Whether in my arms, or in my dreams.

Now watching each day as you grow
The changing of features from head to toe,
The smiles and giggles that make you glow
And the way you let your spirit show.

So, I'll make a promise to you now
To raise you the best that I know how,
To teach you to always be confident and proud
So that you always stand out above the crowd!

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  • by Shetall
  • 3 years ago

I am too a pampered daughter and I loved reading your poem, it touched my heart. Thanks for sharing

  • by Mary Lou Barela, Souther California
  • 4 years ago

I'm the proud recently single mother of my 5 year old daughter, she's my miracle child and my everything. As I was reading this poem years filled my eyes and I could hardly finish reading it. It truly hit my heart and I thank the poet for writing such sweet heart felt words that I could share with my daughter.

  • by Tamara, Toronto
  • 6 years ago

This poem actually made me tear up. I just had my first born daughter 7 months ago and this is exactly what I would do for her and how I feel. Thank you for this.

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