A poem written by Sarah David about her mother.

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Sarah had been chosen to stand in front of the class, and read her poem aloud to the class. She stood infront of her fellow students, and smiled happily as she read her poem, thinking of her mother, the subject of her poem.

"My mother means the world to me,

She is the most beautiful woman you will ever see.

My mother protects me from harm,

And when I'm upset she makes me calm.

My mother means so much to me,

In her eyes are more love than I will ever see.

My mother lights a room like a thousand lights,

And makes a dull world seem so bright.

My mother means the world to me,

She is the most beautiful woman you will ever see."

The class clapped, and her she turned to the sound of her mother's voice.

"That was very good, Sarah"

"Thanks mom", she blushed, having noit realised she had been standing there, "How long were you standing there?"

"Long enough to say, that you mean the world to me too"

She smiled and hugged her mother, "Love you mom".

"Love you too sweetheart"