Mother’s Day is celebrated in May in many countries around the world. Here’s a poem called "My Mother" from a publication called Spring Blossoms…
In infancy’s unconscious day,
I weak and helpless long did lay,
Who o’er my form did watch and pray,
Who nourished me with fondest care,
And bore me forth to take the air,
And plucked me fruits and flowers rare,
Who daily, as I older grew,
Still taught me lessons bright and true,
And virtue’s path kept in my view,
Oh, may I truly, every year,
Return with love and tender care,
The blessings I from thee did share,
Here are some other posts about Mother’s Day, including other poems:
Happy Mother’s Day!
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