Mother

Mother

You gave me life

After nine months of wandering

You gave me happiness when you smiled your loving smile

You helped me up when I fell down

And stayed there to listen

When my world was spinning around

You watched me grow

Year by year you let me know what life was all about

And all the happy times we’ve shared together

I’ll never forget as long as I live…

I’m glad that God gave you to me to be…

My Mother…..

I love you

Making Forevers. . . . .

Making Forevers. . . . .
Forever. . . . .
How is it measured?
In the smile of a child,
Or the laugh of a dear friend?
Is it the warmth of a loved one’s arms
Holding us tight in the
Dark of the night, or the tear
From a loving mother’s sadness?
Forever. . . . .
When is “Forever” done?
Is it over when the child
No longer has a reason to smile?
Is it over when the dear friends
Laughs are no longer heard?
When the warmth of love is gone,
Is “Forever” done, or is “Forever”
Done when the mother’s sadness
No longer breaks her heart into?

Making Forevers. . . . 

Making Forevers. . . . .
Forever. . . . .

How is it measured?

In the smile of a child,

Or the laugh of a dear friend?

Is it the warmth of a loved ones arms

Holding us tight in the

Dark of the night, 

Or the tear

From a loving mothers sadness?

Forever. . . . .

When is “Forever” done?

Is it over when the child

No longer has a reason to smile?

Is it over when the dear friends

Laughs are no longer heard?

When the warmth of love is gone,

Is “Forever” done, 

Or is “Forever”

Done when the mothers sadness

No longer breaks her heart into?

Hearts Journey

To know I’ve helped you learn,

helping you make all the right turns.

What you decide will be right,

even if made in the deep of night.

Always trying to caring way to hear,

Will always save you from fear.

Never make yourself doubt,

Let your heart lead

You down the best route.

Even when you’re sad, too,

Know I’ve been there,

And I will always love

The both of you…….

Weeping Rainbow

Listening to the rain

Falling furiously from above,

He gives it eminent domain

To cleanse the earth.

Like weeping tears

From the eyes of angels

Washing away sorrows fears.

Raindrops, like crying

Washes souls for a time.

Only after the dying

Do we realize the angels

Tears where of joy.

Joy for the rainbow

Of life after the storms.

Children

Although
I’m not their mother,
I care for them each day.
I cuddle,
Sing,
And read to them,
And watch them as they play.
I see each new accomplishment,
And help them grow and learn,
I understand their language,
And
I listen with concern.
They come to me for comfort,
And I kiss away their tears.
They proudly show their work to me,
I give the loudest cheers!
No,

I am not their mother,
But my role is just as strong.
I nurture them and keep them safe,
Though maybe not for long.
I know someday the time may come,
When we will have to part,
But I know each child
I’ve cared for
Is forever in my heart!

 

 

Mother


One who shows you the right path,

One who teaches you how to take a bath.
One who shows you the way of life,
One who is your fathers wife.
One who holds your hand as you walk,
One who teaches you how to talk.
One who loves you with all her heart,
One who of you is a part.
One who is not like any other,
That one who I call my mother.

Mother Nature

Mother Nature

Moonlight sparkling on the fallen snow
Giving the night an awesome glow
All little creatures have to rest
Safely in their cozy nest
Knowing that with the coming of dawn
The countryside will have a perfect white lawn
Little tiny tracks from the snow shoe hare
Might even be some from the big brown bear
Let’s not forget the little wren
And maybe even the turkey hen
All in all what a wondrous sight
When mother nature moves in with all her might.