When it comes to expressing love to our moms, we’re all widely different from each other. Some being very subtle, some out and out cheesy, some want to express a lot but are too shy to express at all!
Some would write poetry, and for some just wishing is enough. For all you people out there that have an inkling towards poetry (and are too shy to experiment, I’m sure) here are a few suggestions and examples you could, depending upon your personality!
For the emotional ones:
- Using flowery words will be a big part of their poetry and they almost have an OCD for rhyming words. They’ll look up the dictionary and thesaurus and use those words that depict their emotions well!
Example of such poetry:
Whose is the heart that burst with pride each time she sees your face.
Whose are the eyes that dart about, to check your world is safe.
Whose are the arms that wrap you up and hold you tight and close.
Whose is the love that’s always there whenever you need it most.
Who could have so many facets that make her oh so great
Who has you on her mind each day, and today we celebrate.
Whose hands hold and guide you, in a way unlike another
All these are part and parcel of the joys of being a mother.
For the funny ones:
- They want to be funny for a reason, which most likely is that they don’t like sounding emotional but also ensure that they express their point well enough! They’re like wannabe tough ones! They will mostly want to put something funny towards the end of the poem so that’s the take away!
Example of this kind:
For all the diapers
that you changed,
For all the play dates
For all the trips
back and forth to school,
For cleaning all the spit up
and the drool.
Why is there only
one Mother’s Day?
You could have at least gotten
the ENTIRE month of May.
For the subtle ones
They will not want to use fancy flowery words, nor will they emphasize much on rhyming words, they are only concerned with conveying their message and that too in the most subtle way possible.
One such example:
For all you do, you do with love
You are so special, a gift from above
And with all my heart I want to say
I love you mom
Happy mother’s day!
For the ones who suck at it but still want to try:
These are the kinds who have absolutely no clue or hang of writing poetry, but they still want to, because why not…after all a mother never judges!
Worst examples (comes with a bonus):
You were given these children, you, no one else,
You were given these children because you are who they need,
You have the soul to love them even on their hard days
You have the motivation and love to give these children everything they need,
You have the heart to wake up every morning and do it all over again
Even though you are exhausted
You have the smile they crave and the touch to make everything okay
Happy mother’s day!
Well, what do I say now, I guess we’ll skip the bonus because this was too bad already! 😉