“If we lose love and self respect for each other, this is how we finally die.” – Maya Angelou
It has become the point in Spring in which, Mother’s Day cards are beginning to be written, and shared; a time when children and mother’s alike, embrace.
As a result of many Mother’s Day cards being written and produced, there is often much debate in what should be written in a card. A message of love and thanks may be conveyed, but in which way may it be written? In this blog post, I will share a number of poetic and inventive Mother’s Day card greetings:
‘I love you…’ – Three words that are so small, but may mean so much.
Provider of warmth,
Holder of compassion and whim.
Never to die.
“All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” -Abraham Lincoln
There is a new writing competition, upon the topic of ‘Time’: the piece may be of any length, however it must be follow a poetic structure.
To enter, please send me your work using the ‘Contact’ section, or email me at:
The closing date for the competition is the 12th of April.
Thank you for taking part!