Thoughts From A Mother’s Daughter

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A collection of thoughts, the bold written as a poem and the regular characters serving as a deeper explanation of feelings. I have always had a troubling relationship with my mother. I often looked at my friend’s moms as my own. Going to them for advice and questions I should have had the opportunity to ask mine. Unfortunately I did not have that chance. As my mother and I have a different kind of relationship now in my adult

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