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A Mother's Love
You have made me so proud,
You have grown to be a beautiful women.
And a kind hearted soul.
My baby girl your were the greatest moments in my life.
I remember the day we brought you home,
Countless apologies for bruised doctors.
No one was ever allowed near you but your daddy and I.
You were my little miracle, sent by God.
And never did my love cease,
no matter how many mysteries I cleaned up.
I remember your beaming face,
Never before have I witness such a beaming child.
Nor have I met such an adorable escape artist.
You and I always played in our wild flowers.
Watching the butterflies take flight.
I remember the day my angel lost her wings,
How I wanted to charge to your aid, your knight in armor.
I know you never knew but every tear you shed I shed two.
Every scar inflicted upon you, a lashing came for me.
My little girl,
I never understood how these little demons could attack you.
I remember the day we both lost a friend.
Carrying the burden of that folded flag gave off.
You lost a brilliant father, I half my world.
Yet together somehow we came out stronger than before.
I remember it all,
The heartbreaks and tears.
The joys of happiness.
The spontaneous giggles,
And everything in between.
You will make a wonderful mother.
My advice to you,
Take the good days with the bad,
And always stay strong.
To my baby girl,
from a prideful mother.