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Mother’s Day poem

In 1968, Sammy Burton of Gloucester purchased a painting with a poem, describing “a mother’s love,” while serving in Vietnam. He sent it to his mother, Dorothy Virginia Burton, and she kept it until her death in 2003. Burton has had the poem hanging in his house ever since. The painting of a young soldier includes the following words: “A Mother’s love is like a rose hung on your chest. It reveals beauty and charm at its best. My Mother’s love is the world, you see. For it means so very much to me. I was so glad that God above gave to me such a Mother’s Love. Your Son, Samuel.”

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