By T48   

I've seen you in love, and I've seen you in tears too.
Your young skin stretched to life for 6, and there went your youth.
A lost soul so beautiful but tainted by a mother to you
Raised by life, and him love calls husband.Broken with
destruction, he's gone.
Your identity unspoken.
Scarred with a lonely state
your eyes with no shine,
no this is not your fate.
Stronger than you'll ever
know, I place you with tender kisses, for only you
carry that everlasting glow.
My example, my sister, my true love, My Mother.
To you I give "Me" to claim, your daughter your same.

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