Donna Donzella (2/11/58 / Brooklyn, New York)
A New Kind of Mother's Day
She will never be forgotten,
We will always remember her silly ways,
Now we have to pray...
Mom's help you when you're feeling blue,
They always know what's ailing you...
Mom's wear many hats...
Their energy never quits...
Their love is everlasting...
It was time for her to wear wings,
Put away these earthly things...
Mom's in Heaven and I know for sure...
Jesus helped with this earthly cure.
I wish all the mothers on Mother's Day,
A Blessed and Joyous Day!
Mom is looking down on me,
Sending love to my family!
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