I've just lost my mother,
Most people wouldn't care.
But what happens when I need her?
And she just isn't there.
This situation's new to me,
I don't think I can cope.
In life, without my mother.
I think I've lost all hope.
I've lost a lot of special folk,
They've all died, you see.
But none quite like my mother,
For she gave birth to me.

by Lizzy Tomlinson

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She gave you birth and memories to cling too. Look upon the goodness and the love, for she will always be with you. For you were born from and with a part of her. Deepest sorrow for your lost. Patricia Gale
Well, may she rest in peace. And thanks for your comment on my poem earlier. Pleased to meet you. Warm regards, Gina.