Randi Nicole Dement

Rookie (11-30-1980 / Farmington, Mo)

Mommy - Poem by Randi Nicole Dement

I know I often don't tell you my feelings and such,
But I hope you know, I love you, so very much!
Your more than my mom, and my best friend,
Your my support system, & cheerleader, always there, cheering til' the end.

I remember a devastating day, I almost lost you,
Life without you would be a devastating blue.
I love you and need you beside me, more than I can say.
Without you, I doubt, I'd survive one single day.

No-one could ever come close to how,
Your there for me always, then, & now.
I have to be the luckiest daughter this world has found,
Your always there to pick me up, when the world knocks me down.

Your the only one that's always been there,
loving me, showing me that someone still cares.
When I feel lost and think I cant be found,
you help me back, safe and sound.

I've made mistakes, a lot of bad calls,
but this time I promise, I will not fall!
I'm trying my best to part the clouds of gray,
this time, I promise, the sun is here to stay.

Your always there when I start to cry,
comforting me, helping to wipe the tears from my eyes.
It makes me so happy to finally hear you say,
Your happy, and proud, that I'm finally okay.

I hope I'm half the mom that you are to me.
That one day my girls, will look and see,
I tried my very hardest, hoping to be,
to them, the mom, that you are to me.


(Written for my Mommy on Mother's Day/May 3,2009)

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 14, 2011


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