Stuart Smeltzer


Mothers Are


“Mothers Are”

 Mothers are the ones, who bring us into the world,
Mothers are the ones who teach us right from wrong.
Mothers are there for us when we need her any time, day or night,
To help us feel better.

Mothers are there when we are scared or when we feel alone,
And she is there when we are happy to share in our joy.
Mothers are there for us when we are feeling down,
She helps us feel better.

Mothers are the ones, who love us,
Even when we think no one else does.
She is Always by us anytime, all the time, no matter what
Even if only in our hearts!
 
By Stuart W. Smeltzer
4-8-2006
 

Submitted: Saturday, September 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Topic of this poem: mom


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I wrote this for my own Mother for Mothers Day
She passed away two years later.

Comments about this poem (Mothers Are by Stuart Smeltzer )

  • Gold Star - 11,841 Points Ramesh Rai (2/28/2014 8:15:00 AM)

    May her soul rest in peace. A beautiful tribute to your mother and all mothers of the world. A very emotional and touching write. (Report) Reply

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