Kay Tee


For My Mother Poem by Kay Tee


You took a seed and made it a flower
It blossomed and bloomed and grew like a tower.
You gave it courage, happiness and love.
You gave me the knowledge that it came from above.
A broken glass you could perfectly fix
A broken heart you can mend with a kiss
Whenever I say dream, you always say come true.
And honestly mom, I couldn't do it without you.
I could never express what I mean when I say
That I love you more than words could  ever explain
Because you are the reason I am able to get stronger 
With your wisdom and words you help me get farther.
Whenever I'm down your smile brings me back up.
You taught me that I have to make my own luck.
You pushed me to strive and want to succeed.
And I promise to be there when you are in need.
I swear to always live up to what you've taught me
In this beautiful life that you and abba have brought me.
And no matter how long this poem may be
I could never fully repay you for what you've done for me
So know always that I love you with all my heart.
And I hope that this gave your mothers day a good start.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 14, 2013

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