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Mothers day

joanna scott 1967 (Birmingham)



To all the lovely mothers
that can't be here today
we miss you more than ever
because you went away

Now your blessings in heaven
so we thank our lucky stars
that we all got to know you
you were truly ours

There's not a day go by
where we don't think of you
we are your constant reminder
in every thing we do

We see feather falling
down from the sky
we know that your near
and your always be close by

This is a little reminder
just to let you know
you will be missed forever
we all love you so

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Written on March 14, 2021

Submitted by Joanna1967 on July 02, 2021

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