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To a wonderful woman, whom I love and care about so much, Pauline Hamblin. Thank You for being there. Pauline has taught me so much about myself and life. She is also the one whom inspired me to write, and taught me to believe in my self.
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Feelings So True
|by Mindy Carpenter
You are so much like my mother,
My feelings for you are like no other.
You are a person I will treasure,
Always and Forever.
Poems you taught me to write,
You are the one who showed me the light.
I don't know what I would do,
If in my life, I didn't have you.
To me, you have been so influential,
Keeping things I tell you confidential.
You always seem to touch my soul,
Without you, I wouldn't feel whole.
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