Family: A Matter of Mothers

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From left: my grandmother , my twin sisters, me, mom.

 

A mother’s love matters
It helps you see through tears
It believes better days lie ahead
It comforts amid life’s storms 

It helps you see through tears
It gently smoothes life’s rough parts
It comforts amid life’s storms
It’s strong when you aren’t 

It gently smoothes life’s rough parts
It believes better days lie ahead
It’s strong when you aren’t
A mother’s love matters 

Copyright 2008 

Just wondering:
I realize that everyone may not have a mother like the one described above. Even if you don’t, that’s OK. Feel free to  post a note to tell us how other women and their influence matter in your life?

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2 thoughts on “Family: A Matter of Mothers

  1. Julie Wood

    Hi Cheryl,
    That sounds like my mother, Anita S. Wolf, who is visiting. She is and always has been a smoother of life’s rough parts, and helps to see there is a better day ahead. “The Good Lord has taken care of us so far. I think He will through this, too.”
    Thanks for the poem.
    Julie

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