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Natasha Potter

Rookie (24.11.91 / south africa)

A Mothers Love


A mothers love is everlasting, forever
A mother and her child will always be together
A mothers love for her child through the smiles and the tears
Will stay strong for years and years
A mothers love will never die
Even if sometimes her child makes her cry
A mother can really reach up high, and touch the sky
When next to her is her child
A mothers love will reach beyond the grave
When a mother is with her child she will always be brave
Two children or one, daughter or son
More precious than the stars above
You can never take a mothers love

Submitted: Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Edited: Thursday, February 17, 2011

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  • Rookie Scott Austin (3/20/2008 3:10:00 AM)

    This is a very touching piece that I know was written from your heart. Thank you for sharing it with us. May peace and joy fill your heart each and everyday.


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  • Rookie Cecelia Warner (4/25/2007 4:21:00 PM)

    Thank you Natasha for allowing people to read your poem. That was beautiful. I also am a mother and even though sometimes I have problems with my kids...well bottom line...you are right (I love them) . That was also comforting for me to read your poem because my mom passed away a few weeks ago and we weren't on the best of terms....anyway, I hope that poem was how she felt too. THANK YOU NATASHA! (Report) Reply

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