Heather Kemper

A Mothers Love

love my children dearly
as every mother does.
I try each day my hardest
not because I have to
.....it's just because.

I may not be near perfect
or meet there every want.
And I try to tell them everyday
I'm honored to be their mom.

And there is no book or manual
that lays down how to be.
And the people that I looked up too
they broke a lot of me.

So judge me as a single person
by my actions as a mom.
Remeber that I give my best
but sometimes I will be wrong.

See you are my children and my angels
the perfect in my life.
I want for you to have that love
unconditional warm and bright.

To never question if they are loved
or a mistake they can't take back.
But to love them for who they are
Perfect will all the cracks.

There is nothing more important
than how a mother loves her kids.
It gives them what they need in life
it's the strength they need to win.

So if you are a mother
and you question if you've done your best
Grab up all your children
hold them to your chest.

Tell them how much you love them
that you're proud of who they are.
Everyday make sure you tell them
no matter how near or far.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 8, 2010

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