Family Poetry Quotes

Family can mean many things. For some, it represents the people we've known the longest and who have touched us most deeply. For others, family might symbolize pain, reminding us of the love we yearned for but never earned. In adulthood, however, as we create our own homes, we have the opportunity to either spread the love we received or heal ourselves from the wounds of the past. In our role as parent, sibling, or child, we can reach out and envelop those closest to us in genuine love and affection.

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Advice About Life

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Be proud of who you are
and strive to be the best.
Put forth efforts to achieve your goals
and let God do the rest.

Sherri Lawrence

Mother To Son Quote

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If you get lost along your way,
not sure what to do or what to say,
know that I'm present in spirit and soul
with open arms
and a hand for you always to hold.

- Wendy L. Nichols

Quote To Son I'm Always Here For You

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No matter how near
or far apart,
I am always right there
in your heart.

Amy R. Campbell

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Mommy Dearest

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God sent you to me
as a special gift from above
to teach me life's lessons
and shower me with your love.

- Deanne Finewood

Love More Than You Can See Quote

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Mommy, I love you
more than you see.
You have always been there
when I needed you to be.

- Gail M. Russellburg

What Is A Daughter

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You may keep your son
till he finds a good wife,
but your daughter's your daughter
for all of her life.

- Jack

Mother To Child Quote

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I would hold your hand
every minute of every day,
but I won't because I know
you need to find your own way.

Jayne Sena

Quote About All That A Mother Will Do

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A mother is special,
she's more than a friend.
Whenever you need her,
she'll give you a hand.

- George W. Zellars

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