A Mothers Poem

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A poem.

Submitted: September 25, 2016

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Submitted: September 25, 2016

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I held you in my arms for the first time,


and stroked your tiny cheek as you looked up at me,


I knew then, as you let out a sneeze,


that I already loved you completely.


I was afraid to bring you home,


afraid I'd do something wrong,


But I promised you that I'd try my best,


and you'd grow up big and strong.


I watched you all day and night,


too afraid to let my eyes stray,


but as I watched you peacefully sleep,


I knew it would all be okay.


Now you're grown, and I am so proud,


And I'm not afraid to share it,


My love for you will never end,


my sweet and loving ferret.

 


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