a mothers day poem

May 9, 2017
By Joseph_Jostar BRONZE, Council Bluffs , Iowa
Joseph_Jostar BRONZE, Council Bluffs , Iowa
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A really cool gal.
Smells like flowers and roast beef.
Man am I lucky.

She would catch a snake,
Even though they are quite gross,
If it pleased her son.

Floats like an angel
But can break bricks with her hands.
Don’t be mistaken.

I do miss you mom
Regardless of what ya think.
Don't beat yourself up.

I do love you mom.
I'm sorry I make you mad,
But I don't try to.

I do love you mom,
To the moon and back again.
But the moon is cold,

And I do miss earth.
So don't be sad when I leave
I’ll always come back.

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A poem for my mom 

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