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 She Came To Be
Daughter and mother, sister to some
Spouse and dear friend all wrapped in one
But some would not know her like I've come to know
The cause and effect upon my heart she sowed

A meaning to life, where love lives each day
A purpose to grasp what in my soul lays
To live every breath as a gift I've been given
To hold to my faith, for I 've been forgiven

Yet she came to be more than this to some
A smile, today's sunshine shared with everyone
A hand to hold, a new step to ones dance
Making her the whole package, I'd come to romance

All this would not be if it were not for one
Who birthed who I love and is second to none
A mother whose gift she passed on to this world
To bring today's laughter, upon love seat next to curl

She came to be much more and will be
A blessing today, but today is for me
The calm of my storm, with a voice like no other
Instilling the need, upon her kisses smother

Spiderman Kiss


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