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by Anze Mofor
Friday, January 02, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Every parent deserves to hear it from their children no matter the circumstances. TO YOU MAMI. I will always be grateful for your love for me. I miss you dearly.

PS. My mother is still alive. I just haven't seen her for almost 8 years.


Gentle Lady,
Light of the home.
Woman of noble character
Woman of wonder
In awe of your divine affection.
You will eternally be blessed.
In view of your endless labor
You nourish the seed of heaven
with love and protection
In light of your profound Love
You will do anything to meet
the overwhelming needs
of the seed of the womb
You conquer your battles with Patience
You defeat your enemies with Love
On behalf of the world you have touched,
Amazing woman,
May your candle burn forever brighter 

By Anze Mofor






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Reviewed by Shirley Houston 5/13/2012
This is one of the most beautiful poems I've ever read! Thank you for sharing!
Reviewed by Cryssa C 2/10/2009
Love changes it sheds light on an otherwise drab world.

Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 1/13/2009
I'm sure you can tell that this is one of my favs. Very touching and beautifully penned.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 1/6/2009
A lovely poem written by such a beautiful author. You are extremely talented, never forget that. You offer words and feelings from your heart, that is what truly makes a great poet.
Much peace, love, and light,

Amber "V"
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 1/5/2009
A Beautiful Love Offering for your beloved Mother! HUGS! SC
Reviewed by Cathlene Sares (Reader) 1/3/2009
This is absolutely beautiful. Your mother is one of your greatest blessings and by your words you honor her. Love "You will do anything to meet the overwhelming needs of the seed of the womb" and
"Your presence in my life keeps my candle burning and Changes everything". This is a gem, as is your mom.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 1/3/2009
This is an excellent poem you have written.I am glad that my parents are still alive today.Maybe this year,you and your mother should get together.I am sure she will be happy to see you again.I have enjoyed reading your poetry,take care

Reviewed by Felix Perry 1/2/2009
I lost my mother and father when I was only 25, yet there is a day goes by that I don't think of her and wish I had my time back to say the things that death robbed us of saying. Eight years is a long time to not speak...maybe it's time to try again


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