Anie Vans

Mother’s Strength - Poem by Anie Vans

(Inspired by Kee Thampi)

I’ll always remember Mother -
she was tender as could be.
And yet with great fortitude,
she stood like a tree.

She was anchored in hope
and firm in her love.
And with a steadfast faith,
she looked above.

Her legacy to her children
is the 'example' of her life:
She was a mother and friend.
And she was a loving wife.

Her strength (an asset)
was a shining light, thus,
a very important lesson
Imparted unto us.

*Note: thank you Kee Thampi for suggesting that I write a 'personal' poem about my mother, like you wrote about your 'mum.'

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 7, 2011

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