Mother's Day Memories Poem by The Original Tom Maxwell

The Original Tom Maxwell

East St. Louis Illinois /now in Junction city, or Belleville, Illinois

Mother's Day Memories



We never think much about,
Memories until something is over,
Every move we make, the words we say,
We are creating memories,
For ourselves, and others, for the rest,
Of this life's stay. Why memories in my mind,
Today is the day to honor all Mothers,
It's been four years since my mom's soul,
Left this life, on it's journey to perfection someday,
When I started writing, I never had, a thought, idea,
Or plan, I started, this coming August it will be 20 years.
Thousands of pieces of paper, one of the best feelings,
And always will be, each year, for about 15 years, I wrote,
My mom, a mother's day poem, thanking her for everything,
How much I love her, and for bringing me into this life to see.
I had a good mom, she always took care of me
If you are lucky enough, to still have your mom in your life,
Call her, go visit her, write her a poem. None of us ever know,
When we will be a memory, to others, I just feel good,
I had the chance to write her poems telling her,
How much I appreciated her, Happy Mother's Day.
The Original: Tom Maxwell © 5/8/2022AD

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The Original Tom Maxwell

East St. Louis Illinois /now in Junction city, or Belleville, Illinois
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