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My Dear Daughter

A little tiny girl, you will always be for me, And you surely have to agree. I remember those days when I used to put your tie, And also those days when you used to bid me bye bye. The notorious smile of yours, That everyone adores. Has brought my life to light, Making it valuable overnight. A pretty young lady, You've turned out to be, Flying out in the sky, all heroic and free. Just to say that you are, My only precious star. Remember day and night, That never stay quiet, In the hardest time of your life. Cause, The world might seem a miracle at times, But can even turn into thorny spines. People might accuse you, for something you've not done, Just stay calm like the sun, Don't wait for your turn, And show them that you are like any other son, Brave, bold and precise like the gun. And just that you are the air that I breathe, The beat of my heart. When I die, choose a star and name it after me, So that I will be able to see. Leaning on my knee. (This poem is written from the perspective of a mother to her daughter. Who is now no more a kid and is going to face the real world).

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Date: 3/7/2018 5:57:00 AM
Hi! The poem is just mind-blowing. Keep up the good work. Welcome to poetry soup website!
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Date: 3/6/2018 11:11:00 AM
Hello! Thanks a ton. I am a thirteen year old girl and observing what my mother says to me, I just wanted portray the love of any mother towards her daughterthrough this poem. And yes a mother’s love is truly immeasurable... Sure will continue to write!
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Date: 3/6/2018 7:40:00 AM
It s a really beautiful written poem, your words shows your love toward your daughter, I really wish by heart that all of your prayers should be answered and she becomes the type of person you want her to be, mother s love is immense and immeasurable, I still don t know how to tie my shoe laces and tie a tie, my mother always help me and often told me that your wife will run if you didn t learn these things, good luck and continue to write
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