Mother's Day is one of the most special days of the year for me. I am so lucky to have a great relationship with my Mom, so I thought I would write her a special poem for Mother's Day.

So I'd like to share with you my poem to my Mom on this very special Mother's Day. I hope she enjoys it and I hope you do, too.

Mom, you are so beautiful,

So I guess I must be too

Because everyone says.

I look just like you.

You have a great sense of humor,

And are as sweet as can be,

And so generous that,

you also gave those traits to me.

You're smart, you're kind and caring

You're a dream every single day,

All of that niceness we share,

It must be in our DNA.

No one else could ever do

The things you've done for our clan,

And you should be proud

Of producing this pretty awesome man.

So enjoy Mother's Day

The way you deserve to do

And thank you

For making a perfect Lou.

All kidding aside, I feel so fortunate to have the family I have and my Mom is really amazing and I want only great things for her this Mother's Day and always. I love you Mom!

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And I hope that the mom or moms in your life have a wonderful day this weekend, and if your Mom is no longer with us I hope you can have a day filled with great memories that bring a smile to your face.

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