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MY MOTHER

A woman of great virtue Wish I could carve you a statue. In all works of life You’ll forever be on my mind. You starved yourself To see me through life’s stress And did your best To make sure I beat the rest. You gave me something to look up to Something not all could do but a few; You made sure I never cried Even if it meant you starved You never let me get hurt And cried when illness came forth You made me who I am today Such a debt I can’t repay. I appreciate your care Love and kindness And pray your life never knows distress You are the sweetest Best and loveliest Mother in the world You are irreplaceable Forever desirable Always adorable, Your love is immeasurable, Never limited. Forever I remain grateful For being blessed with a mother like you I love you mother.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2014




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