Mothers

A mother's duty is not oft sought out.

Example-like demeanor, and impeccable wit,

Is not always found in every creation.

The requisite mental patients,

And presentiment second nature,

Cannot be taught, but learned.

Mothers are understandably brave.

For the choice to care, and mollify each complication,

Only to curtail their career, while the birds leave the nest,

Bewilders the minds of every onlooker.

A mother is adamant,

The bulwark of the family she has unified,

She is strong,

Even when felt like an impromptu wanderer.

A mother is courageous,

Willing to accept her definitive fate of losing what once needed her more than ever.

A mother does not choose the requirements her duty entitles,

But achieves far greater than anyone could ask.

 

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