Treasure Island

Catherine Agunat

But You are the Greatest Mother

You always understand the things I say and do
My bestfriend, my angel who really cares me so
Mum you are not a doctor, you are not a lawyer
But you are the greatest mother

You let the ribbons of your priceless love
to bind every viens of my heart
You gave the sweetest smile you have
that I may inspire to be brave and smart

You are the sunshine of my days
and the northstar of my night
Who brings light on my way
upon reaching great heights

Your price is more than diamonds
For each tear you cried for me
Your price is more than pearls
For each truth that you've helped me see

Mum no language can express your heroism and power
Cause your worth is more than a thousand school- master
Yes! you are not a doctor, you are not a lawyer
But mommy you are the greatest mother.

*Happy Mother's Day

Submitted: Saturday, May 11, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers around the globe. May God bless you all.

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