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A mothers love never ceases to amaze me. No matter how bad the situation Mother can make it better just by voicing her input or by being there

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this poem has filled my heart with love and warmth and i am going to use it for my moms birthday gift so thank you for writing this it has definatly made my day and my favorite poem
wow that is a great poem short and simple but very good keep up the good work
perfect words to discribe my relationship with my mother
This poet is deeply rooted,what beautiful sentiment

Undying Devotion Of Love

Life has brought about
Many moments of fear
But you always make it better
When your voice that I hear
My mountains seem much smaller
My troubles disappear
When you, my dear mother,
Your presence is near
As I monitor the changes
In my own personal life
I hear your voice in my heart
And thanks to you
I will succeed and be of this world -
An important part.

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