A Song For My MotherWednesday, May 04, 2011
Here are some of my crumbcatchers' Mother's Day poems and letters:
Makes me feel special;
Opens heart to others;
Thinks of other people;
Ever so special;
Radiant is the word for you!
I love you so much. You mean so much to me.
Sometimes I get mad at you, but then I forget about it, or
I say I’m sorry.
Mom, you’re very helpful.
Whenever I need help on my homework,
I always go to you first.
You help me, and I get the answer.
When I do the laundry and I need help;
I go to you only.
I might need help because
I probably don’t know what to turn it to;
And you help me.
You’re very helpful.
I really look up to you.
You’re the best mom.
I love you very much.
PS – You’re very special to me.
Mom, you are special to me –
Because you take care of me.
Because you are there when I need you.
Because you let me go on the computer
Because you help with homework
Because you play with me
Because you bring me to school
Because you let me play with my friends
Because you bring me to the pool
Because you bring me to the beach
Because you love me
They care for us.
They tuck us in at night.
When we are bad and when they punish us, they still love us.
They love us all the time.
They sing to us before we go to sleep.
Moms bring us to school and pick us up.
Moms give us hugs and kisses.
They wake us up and give us hugs and kisses.
When we come home after school, they are happy.
They think about us all the time.
Sometimes moms play with their kids.
They are happy for us when they see a good report card.
They help us when we are sick.
They stay with you when you are in the hospital.
Sometimes moms give babies or kids a bath.
Sometimes moms help their kids with their homework.
Sometimes moms stay with their kids at the doctor’s.
All of these and many more.
To all the mothers, Happy Mother’s Day
And to my mom – She works very HARD at home, and on Mother’s Day
She will have to relax for a
- Written by Nicole , 1996.; She was 7 when she wrote this poem. She was very sick with asthma at that time. Nicole is almost 22, a National Collegiate scholar at Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences and is graduating next week.
A suburban mother's role is to deliver children obstetrically once, and by car forever after. ~Peter De Vries
Happy a wonderful Mother's Day everyone!