Harold F. Gregg, Jr

(Heath, Ohio)

MOTHERS DAY


Mothers Day is a time set aside
To honor everyone's mother
A day that will always bring
Much love from son and daughter

Mothers will be given many gifts
And taken out to dine
Because this is her special day
She should have a good time

Mothers everywhere will probably agree
That their lives have always been
To take good care of their children
With all the love, that they send

Mothers should always be remembered
Not just a Sunday in May
But each day throughout the year
Should be held as Mothers Day.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Rookie Starrbox Cobain (5/9/2007 11:58:00 AM)

    That is a beautiful poem Harold, but i dont think mothers should be honored eveyday, otherwise it wouldnt be special anymore especially for me, since i dont live with my mother and i only see her from time to time. Trust me one day a year is as good as it gets.
    -Evelyn- :) (Report) Reply

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