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  1. Daughter

    • By Cathleen Johnson
    • Published: February 2006
    Irises Of Beauty

    As Grey
    These irises of beauty
    Not of knowing yet...

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  3. Daddy's Little Girl

    • By Glenna H. Smith
    • Published: February 2006

    Daddy's little girl
    Small but hard headed
    just like him
    She would try anything he's done to be like him....

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  4. Trying Too Hard

    • By Joanne Lees
    • Published: July 2008
    Mother And Friend

    It is a fine line I walk between mother and friend.
    You are too old to take all the hurt away with a kiss from a scrap.
    You look as beautiful as I had imagined when I held you for the first time.
    You were such a diamond to me. ...

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    My baby girl just turned 21, and I wanted to share with you all what an amazing, beautiful, loyal, and loving daughter I have. Ebonie is her name, and I'm so proud to have been given the...

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  6. My Mom And Angel

    • By Keira N. Graham
    • Published: February 2006

    My teenage years have been rough,
    There are times when I just want to give up,
    My nerves get so shot,
    And I feel like I'm going to erupt,...

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  7. Not Only A Daughter But My Friend

    • By Lynda
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem About Being Proud To Have Daughter

    my daughter is very special,
    kind and very true,
    if you've ever met her,
    I'm sure you'd think so too.

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    Very well written. I feel the same way towards my Angel. Thank you for writing this. God Bless.

  8. A Mom's Promise

    Poem Promising To Love Daughter No Matter What


    To my little girl
    Precious as a pearl
    We've had our ups and downs
    We've even gone a few rounds

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    I can relate to this. I have a niece and nephew who are "brown" and beautiful and so sweet! This was one of the only things I ever argued with my parents about in high school. I had...

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  10. You Little Doll

    • By April Mueller
    • Published: February 2008
    Miracle Baby

    You came into this world so tiny and so small,
    but none-the-less you were God's gift to us all.

    I watch you grow more and more each day,...

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  11. My Daughter

    • By Deborah A. Veysey
    • Published: February 2006
    Diamond In The Rough

    A daughter to a mother is like a diamond in the rough.
    A mother to a daughter sometimes makes life rough.
    She'll always be your little girl, no matter what path she takes.
    You'll often want to help her in decisions that she makes, ...

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    I have 4 daughters and this poem summed up to what they mean to me.

  12. My Little Girls

    • By Pam Orme
    • Published: February 2008

    Life is full of Happiness, Sadness and Trust
    This is why it is important for us
    To share and to give and show lots of love
    So you can grow up and know the above...

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  13. My Reflection

    I Thank God Daily For This Gift

    Sometimes I look in the rearview mirror or out the corner of my eye and see a reflection of me.
    Not the way your hair has that blonde shine in it or the way you smile.
    Not the dimples in your cheeks or even the way you smirk just a little when you're being naughty.
    But I see my hope for you when I hear you say, I want to be a doctor when I grow up....

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