Mother of One


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    Mother of One

    Their are million's of mother's on earth
    And if they told me I had to choose
    I'd laugh in all their faces
    And hollar for them to let me through
    I'd search all the corner's of the earth
    And I'd look through all the crowd's
    Afraid I might lose you
    I'd start to scream out loud
    Once I saw your face
    I'd wrap my arms around you
    Tears would stream down my face
    As I realized I'd found you
    So you alway's remember no matter what they say
    Of all the Mother's in the world
    They could never take you away

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    castlemist commented on Mother of One


    Very nice....I feel that way about my mom.

    Phoenix9 commented on Mother of One


    warm and fuzzy in a mothers embrace, very nice

    Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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