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A Poem by MichelleR

Author: MichelleR
Created: September 28, 2011 at 11:47 pm
Upload Type: Poem, G (All)  
Category: Personal | Love | Family
Upload Stats: 4 Stars by 2 users with 3 comments and 530 views

my mother  

You are strong when I canít be
You are my shoulders to stand on
The person I look up too
My shoulder to cry on

That you are my anchor to this life,
The rock that I cling to.
The place, where I could turn
When, nowhere else would do.

You put up will all of our crap
My chicken noises and my sadness
And all of the hard times with us
All the craziness and madness

We make you laugh until you pee
or wheeze in your case
"oh my i do have the vapors"
and the tears run down your face

But most of all you love us to death
no matter what any of us do
and even though we sometimes don't show it
mom, we really love you too.

© MichelleR - all rights reserved

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September 29, 2011
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well done
Me and my mom goof around like this all the time too. and I wouldnt know wat to do with out her

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September 29, 2011
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True words
That in a nutshell is a mother no matter where in the world you live.

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September 29, 2011
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A mother is a very important person ,she deserve to be praisd

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