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Poem my daughter wrote to me.

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by angiepollock, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. angiepollock

    angiepollock Lupus Mom

    Lupus Mom

    Mom, you've always done
    So much for me,
    That it was easy to overlook
    The simple, everyday things
    That you always did with so much love.

    You spent time with me,
    Even when you didn't have
    Anytime for yourself.

    You listened carefully
    To my problems,
    Though they were much smaller
    Than your own.

    And you worked hard to make sure
    That our family was safe and happy
    And our home was full of love.

    You've always taken care of me
    And given me everything you could
    Without expecting anything
    In return.

    I hope you know
    How much I love you......

    Not just for what you've done,
    But for whom you are.

    A special person
    And a wonderful mom.

    Love Christy
  2. x_claire_x

    x_claire_x Moderator

    That is beautiful, what a lovely daughter... hope mine appreciate me so much!!
  3. Marshmellow

    Marshmellow Registered

    very touching :)

  4. keebler

    keebler Moderator

    What a sweetheart of a daughter you have.:)

    It is a very special poem.

  5. debatat

    debatat Moderator

    That is so lovely, thank you for sharing it with us.

  6. Katharine

    Katharine Registered

    What a treasure to read and keep :)
  7. florie

    florie florie

    What a beautiful poem, what a good job you did in bringing her up. It touched my heart.

    It has to really be true for her to write that for you.

    (guess that's something I can't find in my heat to my mother)

    cherish it and frame it.
    luv, florie
  8. bugsy

    bugsy Registered

    Hi angiepollock :wavey:

    That was a lovely poem, you must be so proud of your daughter. Alot of us think these things about our parents but it takes someone special to actually write them down like that.

    I am not a parent but i was trying to imagine how i would feel if my child had wrote something like that about me, well i can't even find the words, but it surely touched my heart and i imagine it would have brought a tear to your eye.

    You are a lucky mum to have such a caring and thoughtful daughter.

    Take care :hug: Jo :hug:
  9. birdie

    birdie Registered

    just one word............beautiful

    thank you for sharing
  10. angiepollock

    angiepollock Lupus Mom

    Thank You for your reply's

    Thank you for taking the time to read my daughters poem. I hate that she is sick with this thing called "LUPUS", but like I tell her that there is a reason for everything and god has plans for us all. I can only keep a positive attitude and help her with anything I can to get threw the bad times, so that we can share the good times. I pray for her and everyone on this site that this thing called "LUPUS" goes into remission........ Thanks again for all you kind replies "Angie"
  11. nicky00

    nicky00 Registered


    Thats beautiful and from the heart.

    Now all I have to do is remind myself to be a better mum:wink2:
  12. orangelily

    orangelily Registered


    What alovely poem and from the heart you are lucky to have such a lovely daughter.
  13. KarolH

    KarolH Registered

    You have a awesome daughter.

    Thanks for sharing this with us.

    I have a son and sure hope one day he writes me something like this.:p
  14. melissar

    melissar Guest

    Angie, that is beautiful! I used to write stuff all the time for my mom to let her know how much I loved her and how proud I was of her.

    Thanks for sharing.

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