Diane B. Dull

(Winston-Salem, NC, USA)

Mother - Poem by Diane B. Dull

To my loving mother
Who is like no other
Jams and jellies you like to make
but none can top the cookies you bake
You live each day to the fullest
As if it were your last
Oh --- The memories -- -as you look back
Water skiing - ice skating and camp fires
Trying to teach you how to dive!!!
No one knows what the morrow brings
but you my wonderful mother.
Will always be a breath of spring
I love you

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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