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  1. Who Am I?

    • By Kelly
    • Published: May 2008
    Adoption Questions

    Who Am I? Where Am I From?
    Who Was My Dad? Who Was My Mom?
    Was I The First? Was I The Last?
    Where Was My Beginning? What Was My Past?...

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    Yes I do relate to this poem.....
    I was adopted from birth. My mother and father left me in the hospital. I have been told it is because I was born with hip deformity. The mum and dad I'm...

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  3. For My Children

    • By Cara-Marie Simpkins
    • Published: November 2007
    Giving Up Children For Adoption

    For my children

    I remember my pregnancy with you
    I fell in love with your every move, and with the sound of your beating heart....

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    I also gave my 5-year-old daughter up for adoption to a member of my deceased husband's family! I only saw her a few times after, and it broke my heart the times when I did get to see her!...

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  4. Growing Up With Grandma

    • By Candy Canan
    • Published: February 2006

    I don't know when it happened.
    I don't know when she came,
    But she's the one I always knew.
    Grandma was her name.

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    This a was beautifully written piece. It "touched me" as the question asked. It also made me think about what my Grandma has been doing for me. This is encouraging, good work.

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  6. I Know I'll Always Love You

    • By Latifa S. Johnson
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Searching For Birth Mother

    They said she was on drugs and I was only a child;
    They said 'go on with my life, have fun for a while'...
    But what they didn't understand is where their hearts wouldn't go
    Is the love that existed, and what I did know......

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    This poem was amazing. It made me think that there is still a chance for me to find my birth mom. I was just a baby when she left. And even though I was born in Russia, there is still that...

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  7. My Birth Mom

    • By Emily E. Adkisson
    • Published: February 2006
    A Mother's Love

    Loving and gracious the
    Women I've never met.
    She made a difficult decision and
    She will debate that decision for the...

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    Donetta,
    I was given up for adoption and have 3 children of my own. It's easy for some women to say they would NEVER give up a child - I would love to say I'm one of those women. The reality...

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  8. All Grown Up

    • By Tanya J. Marlow
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem Thanking Stepdad

    When I was three you fell in love with my mom.
    It was no longer us two, but now us three.
    Not accepting at first, I gave you the shrug but you never managed to give up.

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  10. Letting Go

    • By Stephanie Mason
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem From Mom Giving Child Up For Adoption

    Your cry pierced the morning silence
    All I heard was you.
    I blocked out the sounds,
    I blocked out the sights....

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  11. Mother, Where Are You?

    • By Beth J. Krantz
    • Published: February 2006

    It's as if I have always known you;
    I'm curious, do we look alike?
    Do I have your smile, your eyes, your passion for life?
    Do we talk the same way, walk the same way? ...

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    Have you ever found her yet? Do you think my daughter will have these thoughts? I last saw her at age 7. She's about to be 9. My aunt adopted her and is keeping her from me. She's teasing me...

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  12. Birthmother

    • By LeAnn Fischer
    • Published: February 2006

    We have a bond, dear birthmother and I,
    It's the love of a child, we can't deny.
    You are a blessing from afar,
    To send to us your bright, shining star....

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    I am a birth Mom! And I for the first time so relieved, moved and without words. Because this is my story. She is the adoption Mother, I am the birth Mother. And I had a letter just like that...

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  13. Only In America

    • By Barbara Winston
    • Published: February 2006

    From orphan at age seven to a home that
    seemed like Heaven.
    Mama's life zoomed from a bottomless
    hungry pit of despair, to a seemingly...

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