Wish all the Wonderful Mothers
On Mother’s Day, your children are supposed to cater to your every whim- Sort of goes against the natural order of things, doesn’t it?
May your day be filled with love and joy. I feel so blessed to have you as my Mom.
Only a mother can communicate love without saying a word. For the many unspoken ways that you share your love in our family, I hope you know that you’re loved and appreciated beyond measure.
Your Mom Knows Best
Thank you for being a great Mother and a good friend.
Your strength and love have guided me.
Whenever I think of integrity, love, and generosity; I think of you. Happy Mother’s Day!
Thanks for being there when I need you the most and even when I didn’t.
You are precious to me in every way.
Thanks for giving me the best things in life: Your time, your care, and your love. Happy Mothers Day.
You are more than just a mom to me!
Your loving caring ways have inspired me to be the best person I can be. Thank you with all my heart.
There aren’t enough words in any language to express how much I love you.
Thinking of you with love today and always. Happy Mother’s Day!
To my mother-who never sends me out into the cruel world without first wrapping me up in the warmth of her love.
Happy Mother’s Day Wishes to my favorite person in the universe.
To a mother in law who raised the most beautiful daughter in the world.
To my wife: As the years go by, I realize that it’s not just the children who are growing up. Our relationship is ever-growing, too. I’m so lucky to share with you a love that grows stronger and more beautiful each day.
Wishing you a Happy Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day Poems
To My Mother
by Robert Louis Stevenson
You too, my mother, read my rhymes
For the love of unforgotten times,
And you may chance to hear once more
The little feet along the floor.
by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Here I lean over you, small son, sleeping
Warm in my arms,
And I love to my heart all your dew-fresh charms,
As you lie close, close in my hungry hold,
Your hair like a miser’s dream of gold,
And the white rose of your face far fairer,
Finer, and rarer
Then all the flowers in the young year’s keeping;
Over lips, half parted your low breath creeping
Is sweeter than violets in April grasses;
Though your eyes are fast shut I can see their blue,
Splendid and soft as starshine in heaven,
With all the joyance and wisdom gave
From the many souls who have stanchly striven
Through the dead years to be strong and true. Those fine little feet in my worn hands holden
Where will they tread?
Valleys of shadow or heights dawn-red?
And those silken fingers, O, wee, white son,
What valorous deeds shall by them be done
In the future that yet so distant is seeming
To my fond dreaming?
What words all so musical and golden
With starry truth and poesy, olden, Shall those lips speak in the years on-coming?
O, child of mine, with waxen brow,
Surely your words of that dim tomorrow
Rapture and power and grace must borrow
From the poignant love and holy sorrow
Of the heart that shrines and cradles you now! Some bitter day you will love another,
To her will bear
Love-gifts and woo her – then must I share
You and your tenderness! Now you are mine
From your feet to your hair so golden and fine,
And your crumpled finger-tips – mine completely,
Wholly and sweetly;
Mine with kisses deep to smother,
No one so near to you now as your mother!
Others may hear your words of beauty,
But your precious silence is mine alone;
Here in my arms, I have enrolled you,
Away from the grasping world, I fold you,
The flesh of my flesh and bone of my bone!
The Song Of The Old Mother
by William Butler Yeats
I rise in the dawn, and I kneel and blow
Till the seed of the fire flicker and glow;
And then I must scrub and bake and sweep
Till stars are beginning to blink and peep;
And the young lie long and dream in their bed
Of the matching of ribbons for bosom and head,
And their day goes over in idleness,
And they sigh if the wind but lift a tress:
While I must work because I am old,
And the seed of the fire gets feeble and cold.
Mother’s Day Greetings
Here’s a Mother’s Day Message for you: I love you always.
The All-World award for best mothering goes to you Mom!
You are loved and appreciated more than you know.
To my mom, my best friend and my inspiration – Happy Mother’s Day!
I love you, Mom. I know I don’t say it enough for all you’ve done for me.
You’ve always been there for us. We love you dearly.
Wishing you a beautiful Mother’s Day!
Wishing you the cheeriest, the merriest, and funniest, the brightest, best and sunniest of all days ever made!