Michelle Brummell

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mothers love for her child


a mothers love for a child
can not be seen nor heard
it is through their acts of love and compassion
that this true love can be shown
true love not necessarily meaning the love between a man and wife
but can also mean for a mother and a child
love is a beutiful thing
and as a mother grows old she wonders
how long shes left
before she witheres away
her child will love her until her death
and that will continue to stay
but during the early years even if their is biccers and fights or
the kids wont do as their told and stay up at night
even if the mother does not feel it is so
the childs love for a mother still continues to grow
yes it may be bad
and you just want to die
but look into your eyes of your child
and see what is right,
right in front of your eyes
in your mind, heart and soul
you know that you will cherish them forever more.

[o my gosh i really need practice lol]

Submitted: Tuesday, November 03, 2009

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