George Lewis Walker
Mother - Poem by George Lewis Walker
I wonder what this world would be
To me without my mother,
Her tender heart's sincerity
And all that makes me love her.
O'er this wide world, if I should roam,
I'd never find another,
At any place or any home
To take the place of mother.
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