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My Mother

by Rose Rosales 2 months ago in sad poetry · updated 10 days ago
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A Rose From My Mother

My Mother
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I'm here because you gave me life, and in return, I caused you strife. I told you don't worry I'll be ok, but like a mom you worried anyway ... I remember thinking as I was growing up my is beautiful, smart, and tough. I can only hope to be like you, maybe someday that will be true. So many things that I did not say, I didn't get a chance before you went away. Now your gone what can I do... I forgot to tell you, " I Love You" Until the day when I see you again, I'll miss you, Mom, my only friend.

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Rose Rosales

My life could have been better but would it have been boring? All the obstacles, hard knocks, and tragedies are probably what kept me going. Every time I was knocked down I got back up. I didn't let them break me.

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