Reagan A. Latumbo
Thankful - Poem by Reagan A. Latumbo
You became my second mother.
You love me and my father.
That's why I am grateful.
I am very thankful.
You taught me to be kind and humble.
You let me learn how to be responsible.
A woman so respectful.
I am also thankful.
You ignored my wrongdoing.
But love the good side of my being.
I don't know what to tell.
I just want to say I am thank ful.
Thankful because you cradled me in your arms.
Thankful because you never fauled to show your love to me ont only once.
Thankful because your embraced keep me away from harm.
Thankful because yo love me even if I am not your real son!
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