A Mother and A Father

Mark Graham By Mark Graham, 28th Jul 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/299hhgew/
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This a poem that I wrote describing parents while trying to give my feelings about my parents.

A Mother and a Father

A mother is a person that is a friend, but
is more like a sister in some ways for
the ways that she may tease you or make
you laugh or cry.
A mother is a person who will always be there
to love and provide love to her family the
best way that she knows how.

A father is a person who you can talk
to when there is no one else to talk to
to solve a problem.
This is a relationship that's easy to have
give and take and to have in our lives
at any time and is like no other one in
our lives.

Mothers and Fathers the best.


Family, Friends, Parents

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author avatar Mark Graham
I am a graduate student of Children's Literature and have also studied Counseling at the graduate level as well as College teaching and Reading and Literacy. I will be writing on these and my ownideas

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author avatar Aim4thestars
1st Aug 2015 (#)

Awe! Mark you are right! Mothers and fathers are the best and you captured that beautifully in your poem. Great job!

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author avatar Mark Graham
1st Aug 2015 (#)

Thanks. The poem was actually two poems, but the more I read them they sounded better as one.

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author avatar Aim4thestars
1st Aug 2015 (#)

Thank you Mark!

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author avatar Aim4thestars
1st Aug 2015 (#)

Ha sorry I pushed send before I finished my comment.... Thank you Mark for writing this. I think this is all the things that mothers and fathers do and more. Wether you had great or rotten parents this is what you wish they could be like. And you are lucky if yours were. Very pretty. And I like them together as one too!

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