(brief renderings) Joe Fazio


Like No Other...Mother - Poem by (brief renderings) Joe Fazio

Mother...

Mother, who gave us her heart...her very soul.
Mother, who's understanding never wavered.
Mother, the one who dried our tears.
Mother, she lead us to the path of His Love.
Mother, who washed our cloths and cleaned the house.
Mother, who instilled confidence in her children.
Mother, who walked us to school.
Mother, who loved us like no other.
Mother, who quelled the anger within us.
Mother, who drove us to all our practices.
Mother, who never forgot our special occasions.
Mother, who protected her family, as a lion to a cub.
Mother, who always supported our father.
Mother, who scrimped and saved for our daily needs.
Mother, who was always the last to eat.
Mother, who was always the first to rise.
Mother, who cared for the animals.
Mother, a love that knew no limits.
Mother, who forever placed her family, before herself.
Mother, who was grateful, for every passing acknowledgement.
Mother, whose eyes shined, when she heard the words,
I love you mom.
Mother, who always saw the good in us.
Mother, who always taught us to never, never, give up.
Mother, who instilled in us, to be better.
Mother, who made us believe, we could accomplish anything.
Mother, mother...mother, you were like no other.

Mother, you will always remain, in our
hearts, in our deeds, in our thoughts,
in our lives and in our prayers.

Surely, beyond the stars, there's a special place for Mothers.


Comments about Like No Other...Mother by (brief renderings) Joe Fazio

  • Rookie Sabrina Robinson (5/6/2011 6:27:00 PM)

    Beautiful! ! ! If this is about your Mom she is some kind of Woman and I applaud her for raising a son who can put pen to paper and give an understanding of what a Mother is supposed to be. God bless you! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, May 6, 2011


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