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I wrote this poem thinking of my mother's love
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A Mother's Love
|by Sir Shotgun|
Moms have a kind of special love
with no limits or so it seems,
They're the ones who give us strength
to dream our dearest dreams
Moms have a kind of special way
of showing how much they care,
No matter what we've done in life
no exception, they're always there
Moms have a kind of specialness
that we can hardly understand,
That lifts us up, and keeps the faith
as we grow to be a man
And it's moms who stands by our side
when others drift away,
And mom is the one I'll always love
until my dying day
When I'm cold, scared and hungry
and clouds are dark above,
I drink in all the goodness
of my Mother's special love......
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