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My Mom: A Heartfelt Poem for You, is a tribute to all Mothers on International  Mothers’ Day.  The strength and beauty of a mother’s love has always been celebrated for its self-sacrificial nature. Perhaps this is because  a mother is someone who plays many roles.

Apart from being a mother, she is a wife. She is a child bearer; a child rearer; a nurturer and a provider. For these and many more reasons, Mother’s Day has been celebrated for a long time and will continue to be celebrated for a long time to come.

Hi, there, Reader! What are you going to give to your mother, to show your appreciation for all that she has done for you? I have here, a poem, written in appreciation of my mom, to share with you.  because, you see, I cannot share this Poem for My Mom  with her because she passed away when I was  little more than a child.

As so I say, with tears in my eyes but with joy in my soul: “Mom, you are  still loved, still missed; and the heartfelt memory of you sustains me  still.

I wrote this heartfelt poem some time ago for you,  mom because when you were with us, you filled our  lives  with joy.  For those of us who were privileged to be around you, beauty was everywhere. You made yourself beautiful; you made your children beautiful; you made your husband appreciate beautiful things.  It’s a poem for one  who was a  virtuous woman, and  her price was far above rubies.

Our lives were filled with joy, as we were surrounded by love. Like children in a secret garden, our house was surrounded by a garden, and in it grew flowers of different shapes, sizes and hues. . .

Oh, My Mom: back then, the flowers in the garden were beautiful;  back then, you  were beautiful ; and now, as I remember you, Mom, you are still beautiful to me!”

A Heartfelt Poem for my Mom on Mother's Day - LA Fraser



Mother, Oh Mother
Murmuring waters flowing
Over hills, over plains

Trees swaying gently in the breeze
Heralding the approaching day…
Evergreen trees, blue skies, sunny days…

Roses, violets…all these things
Oh mother, dear,                                                        Help to spell out your name!                                                                                                                                                                                                                

May your days be filled with sounds
Of laughter,
Things of pleasure

Hopes of joys to come … so
Every morning, every night, may you find
Reminders of our love…


The Meaning of My Mom: A Heartfelt Poem For You

How Does  ‘Mom, A Heartfelt  Poem For You’ Relate to Mothers’ Day?

Mother’s Day,  which is celebrated on the second Sunday in May,  in many countries  around the world,  is a day for celebration of all mothers: those who are with us, and those who have passed. which is celebrated on the second Sunday in May,  in many countries  around the world

Therefore, I wrote this poem for my Mom, as my tribute to her, as well as all mothers around the world.

   Proverbs 31:30 describes her, when it says:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Charm is deceitful and beauty is passing,
But a woman who fears the Lord, she shall be praised.

And if my Father were here, he would have added:
Give her of the fruit of her hands,
And let her own works praise her in the gates.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Proverbs 31:31


5 FUN FACTS ABOUT MOTHER’S DAY IN AMERICA                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (They all back up my own tribute)

  1. Julia Ward Howe, the writer of ‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic’ first suggested a day dedicated to mothers in 1872
  2. Anna Jarvis suggested a national Mother’s Day in 1908. This was to honor her own mom.
  3. Mother’s Day became a National Holiday on May 14, 1914, when President Woodrow Wilson signed the proclamation.
  4. Mother’s Day is the largest ‘retail holiday’ during the back-to-school season which follows the winter holiday.
  5. It’s the busiest day of the year, for families’ dining out,. In all, 62% of Americans follow this tradition.

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© Lorna A Fraser, M.A., Dip Ed, C.c.







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