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Susan K Hahn


A Mothers Love


Never be judgmental
Never be full of greed
Always be humble
Always remember those in need
Give of yourself without expectations
Never do for others for self-gratification

Always be true to yourself and others
You will see life in beautiful colors
Life is a gift....never to be taken for granted
Seeds of life we all have planted

Of all the gifts we were given
The gift of Love is the greatest
Love is free
Love is to be given unconditionally

You have already planted your seeds
I watch as you blossom and bloom everyday
I love you more than words can say
Each of you are special in your own way

Never be judgmental
Never be full of greed
Always be humble
Always remember others in need

Submitted: Saturday, December 18, 2004
Edited: Saturday, July 23, 2005

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