I Do Love You MotherA Poem by Gary McDonald
I do love you mother, dearest mummy
so when that brother says the foulest words
not a peep in his support shall you hear from me
no ma'am, not I, I feel the way only a true son could
you want the best for me I know you do
tough love is never your approach is it mum
you watch over me when I'm struck I'll with flu
and sit with me when I have a dodgy tum
I hold your hand outside, I just don't care
my friends may laugh and point and stare
but for me mum, your the one whose always there
just as I for you mum, our love is forever fair
no matter how old I get, I'll always love you
because mum, I love the way you taught me to.
© 2009 Gary McDonald
Added on December 30, 2009
Last Updated on December 30, 2009
Crawley, West-Sussex, United Kingdom
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