Mothers’ day sayings for cards

Mother’s Day is an event to honour our mothers who give us life and look after us like an angel all through her life. It is an occasion when we all greet our mothers with flowers, greeting cards and poems that gives our mothers joy. In the UK Mother’s day is held on the fourth Sunday of Lent — it is exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday. Sunday, March 10, 2013 celebrates Mother’s day (Mothering Sunday).

A significant part of Mothers’ day is giving cards and gifts. General Mother’s Day gifts are cakes, chocolates, flowers,jewellery. Some people choose to treat their mother or grandmother to a special meal in the restaurant, beauty treatment or fun outing. Mothers’ day sayings for cards could be writing in poems.

Poems increase the festive mood of the day as you can either recite it to your mum or insert it in a greeting card. You can insert some of the mothers’ day poems in an pretty greeting card that is in no doubt to touch your mother’s heart. Surprise your mother with these mothers’ day saying for cards in poems and make her Mothering Sunday special!

Mothers day sayings for cards

Mother

by Unknown Author
‘Mom is such
A special word
The loveliest
I’ve ever heard.
A toast to you
Above all the rest
Mom, you’re so special
You are simply the best.’

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One Wish

by an Unknown Author
‘Just one little wish for you, Mom,
But it’s loving and happy and true-
It’s a wish that the nicest and best things
Will always keep coming to you!’

Mothers’ day poems from children you can find here

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To My Mother

by C Harding
‘I just want to thank you
For your warm smiles
Your encouragement
Your words of wisdom
That still guide me today
Thanks for everything
Happy Mother’s Day’

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M — O — T — H — E — R

by Howard Johnson
«M» is for the million things she gave me,
«O» means only that she’s growing old,
«T» is for the tears she shed to save me,
«H» is for her heart of purest gold;
«E» is for her eyes, with love-light shining,
«R» means right, and right she’ll always be,
Put them all together, they spell
«MOTHER,»
A word that means the world to me’

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Mother,
You’ve given me two things
One is roots
The other’s wings.

Sources :

http://www.dayformothers.com

//www.mothersdaycentral.com/verse/poems/

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