My Mother


Mommy, you’re the best person in my life,

Whenever I’m in trouble you’re there by my side.

When I fall sick you nurse me back to health,

You are more precious than wealth .


You are like a diamond which is precious and rare,

and not like a stone which is found everywhere.

Girls look nice with ribbons and lace,

But you look nice with a smile on your face.


Oh mummy! Oh mummy!

You cook delicious food for me,

To fill my hungry growling tummy,

Thanks a lot my sweet loving mommy!



I wrote this as part of my school assignment  on the occasion of Mother’s Day back in 6th grade. I still recall reading this poem to my mom and seeing her eyes filled with happy tears. I will forever cherish that day.

  • Author: Felicity (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 7th, 2022 05:17
  • Comment from author about the poem: Poems Of The Past contain all the poems that I’ve written years ago back in school. I never read them out to my friends fearing they would be cringe or funny . But now I’m happy to share them with you all… it brings back so many memories. My thoughts about life and people have changed compared to the last couple of years . But my feelings in this poem will forever remain unchanged
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  • User favorite of this poem: Accidental Poet.


  • FallenAngel1🕊

    “You are more precious than wealth” This line really says a lot. I think duel working parents should really rethink what’s best for their children. Children care about receiving love from their parents more than money. Even if they’re too young to realize it. I know this probably wasn’t the message you’re going for. But that line really does say sooo much about the subject of duel working parents. Great poem you’ve penned for your mom,and at such a young age. Thanks for sharing. Cheers🥂🌹🕊🌞

    • ChrisLyn🕊

      Thanks a lot for appreciating fallen angel. The message you interpreted from the poem is really essential in today’s world where most parents and children kinda live in separate worlds.. not all but most of them

      • FallenAngel1🕊

        Not all but many do. I’ve heard comedians tell jokes about the kids thinking the nanny is their mommy. So many jokes are based on truth. Cheers🥂🌹🕊🌞

      • orchidee

        Good write Chris.

      • Accidental Poet

        You wrote this for your mom in the 6th grade? Just goes to show you were meant to write ChrisLyn. And I know what you mean of your friends not appreciating your written words. I used to have a best friend who would smirk when I read a poem to him. I sensed him saying, "Real guys don't write poetry". to which my response would have been, "and what do you know of being a real guy?" Needless to say, we're no longer friends. His loss. 😊

      • ChrisLyn🕊

        Ppl mostly appreciated those who could dance , sing etc.. writing was just secondary. I’m glad I started sharing my poems here on this site and getting feedback’s from phenomenal poets is just like icing on d cake . So thank u once again. 😊And yes, it’s truly his loss.😉

      • Rozina

        A very nice tribute to your mum. As a mother I would be so happy to see a poem like this from my child. Lovely!

      • Neville

        My dear ChrisLyn🕊 I know for an absolute fact that your mom was not the only one whose eyes filled up with happy tears when they heard these words 🕊 ♥️ Neville

        • ChrisLyn🕊

          This means a lot, thanks neville 😊

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