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Mother's day poetry

a short paragraph and a poem dedicated to mothers

By Jennisea RedfieldPublished 28 days ago 1 min read

Although it is a few weeks late, here is a poem for the mothers out there who fought hard to turn us into the people we are today. Here is a poem to the women who bore us in their belly, who fed us and nurtured us, who loved us with everything they could give.

Dear mother,

I know you've made mistakes,

I know I made them too.

But even at the end of the day,

I will never stop loving you.

So when I turn old and grey,

I will only have just this to say;

"I could never love another,

as much as I love my mother."

Happy belated Mother's Day.

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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran27 days ago

    This tugged at my heartstrings. Loved your poem!

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