Mothers Day Poem - 2009
No matter what title you call her, Ma, lao ma, amah, ibu, mum or mother, we know that she means the world to you. Here are three mothers day poems to salute her.
No matter what title you call her, Ma, lao ma, amah, ibu, mum or mother, we know that she means the world to you. In celebration of her, we have gathered up a list of the 3 most touching and non-copyright poems that salute mothers. You can go ahead and use any of them in your Mother’s Day card or letter. Enjoy:
You Are My Mother and My Friend
By Nicholas Gordon
You are my mother and my friend,
Which is unusual.
Somehow our characters must blend:
Your wisdom and my will.
I turn, and you are there for me;
I speak, you understand.
I feel cared for, but also free;
You lead but don’t command.
I’m fortunate that I was born
To someone just like you;
I love you, not just as my mom,
But for what you are and do.
Mother’s Day Poem
By Jon Bratton
If I could give you diamonds
for each tear you cried for me.
if I could give you sapphires
for each truth you’ve helped me see.
If I could give you rubies
for the heartache that you’ve known
If I could give you pearls
for the wisdom that you’ve shown.
Then you’ll have a treasure, mother,
that would mount up to the skies
That would almost match
the sparkle in your kind and loving eyes.
But I have no pearls, no diamonds,
As I’m sure you’re well aware
So I’ll give you gifts more precious
My devotion, love and care.
Happy Mother’s Day
By Phyllis McGinley
No painter’s brush, nor poet’s pen,
In justice to her fame,
Has ever reached half high enough,
To write a mother’s name.
Life is the fruit she longs to hand you,
Ripe on a plate.
And while you live,
Relentlessly she understands you.