About the Poem
This poem is about my mom and how much she means to me. It lets her know (in writing) the things you just never seem to say in person even though you know you should.
My name is Amanda and I'm 12 years old. I wrote this for my Mom when I was eleven and gave it to her on Mother's Day. My mom told me that my sister, Candice found this site and that they both submitted a poem. So when
she asked me if I wanted to submit mine, it seemed like the right thing to do.
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Mom, I Know
|by Amanda Winn
I know you care for me, Mom, and
I know you love me, Mom.
I do what you tell me, Mom,
and I know Whatís Right, Mom.
Although you may not know it, Mom,
you are my best friend, Mom, and . . .
I Love You So Much Mom.
I wrote this for you, Mom, to tell you
How much I care for you, Mom.
Iíll be a kind person, Mom, and Iíll do
Everything for you, Mom.
You may never know it, Mom, but
youíre not only my mom, but
My Friend, and . . .
I Love You Very Much Mom.
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