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My Angel Above Me

A daughter so cherished
Loved and adored
Has completed her life’s journey
To go be with the lord

Her mother in tears
Heart-broken and torn
Tries to keep strong
In this time of her mourn

Her daughter was doing alright
But then one day got sick
Cancer took her away
It spread really quick

Cancer doesn’t discriminate
It doesn’t matter your age
It can take a hold of you
With a dangerous rage

She suffers no more
She’s cured by his touch
She’s one of god’s angels
Watching down from above

So when you feel that tear fall
Just look up at the clouds
And imagine her face of
Your daughter smiling down

She’s safe from all fear
But know you’re never apart
Because your daughter is and always will
Be deep in your heart!
Beverly Brown

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My Girl

You did not come with nine months wait,

I did not buy the buttons and bows ‘til late,

You, my daughter came, mid your teen-age years,

And I loved you in spite of all my fears.

A short while mine, to dress, to spoil, to love,

Far too soon you flew, like a sweet, soft dove.

Now content to listen to all your hopes and fears,

Forever you are my girl in spite of all your years.

If I could have picked a daughter, she would have been you,

No mother could love a daughter, any more than I love you,

My Girl……………My Daughter……….
Teresa Dearing

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My Daughters

My daughters have become the joy of my life.
They may cry and they may make me mad.
Although they are the stone that keeps me strong.
My pretty Paigreanna has grown so fast and I'm starting to see alot of me when I look at her.
My beautiful Laileanna is still as innocent as can be.
Both their smiles make my day when I see them in the morning.
I never wanted two babies at 21, but now everyday I look at my two daughters I thank God I have them.
My daughters have made my life so much better and has giving me a point and purpose to be here.
I now could never see my life living without them with me.
They are the dearest and closest to my heart and they always will be.
To my daughters I love and wish the best in growing and learning.
Jessica Burral

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a daughter away from father

i am my father's only child,
his daughter away from him
as i have fallen in love with a man
in a foreign land, like a decent woman
i have to go and live with him
give him children, raise them,
and teach them
what love is
how love can separate daughters from their fathers
how love can take a woman away from her country
how love can take her away from home and friends and

i am my father's only daughter and now in his old age
he visits me and sees how my love has borne fruits for him
i have given him grandchildren whose cheeks are like peaches

he tells me to go back home
and continue what he is doing there

live in his house
take my inheritance
cultivate his garden
enjoy the sun with him
tend his trees and flowers
smell the leaves of teas
and be with him again
until he dies,

how can i?
i am already my husband's wife and my daughters' mother.

i am home.
Suki Nakamura

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