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God made Mothers

God could not be in every place
With loving hands to help erase;
The teardrops from each babyís face,
And so He thought of mother.

He could not send us here alone
And leave us to a fate unknown;
Without providing for His own,
The outstretched arms of mother.

God could not watch us night and day
And kneel beside our crib to pray;
Or kiss our little aches away,
And so He sent us mother.

And when our childhood days began,
He simply could not take command;
Thatís why He placed our tiny hand,
Securely into motherís.

The days of youth slipped quickly by,
Lifeís sun rose higher in the sky;
Full grown were we, yet ever nigh,
To love us still, was mother.

And when lifeís span of years shall end,
I know that God will gladly send;
To welcome home her child again,
That ever-faithful mother.
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