Mahfooz Ali

Rookie - 20 Points (28 October / Lucknow (U.P.) India)

A Mother's Love


A mother's love is something that never ends
It's not a matter of who or when.
A mothers love is always there
From the womb through to the rocking chair.
Even when she's gone,
She never leaves you alone.
It's something warm and fuzzy on a cold winters night.
It's something you usually take for granted since it feels so right.
A mother's love is something that can't be bought
It's something your sure you've always got.
A mother's love is something to cherish and adore
A mother's love is like opportunity knocking at your door
It's the best, the worst, the brightest, the dimmest
and everything in between
It's something that makes every little girl feel like a queen
A mother's gift is her love, it's the best ever given
A gift that's been granted from high in heaven
God gave us the gift best above all others
Cause he blessed children when he made mothers

Submitted: Saturday, May 27, 2006

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