Aric Beers


Hero's Introduction


Come on everyone, raise a cheer
Let it be heard far and near
Let the voices rise above
Speaking of our mothers’ love
Shout aloud so the whole world knows
Of the mother that conquers foes
Defeating fear, nightmares and pain
Keeping us dry in the pouring rain
Tell of the one who tucks us into bed
Lightly kissing us upon the head
Sing of the smile that made every meal
And of the hands that seemed to heal
Jump to your feet, speak it loud
Tell of the mom who made us proud
Holding us when we wanted to cry
Lecturing us when we tried to lie
Let the world know of her caring touch
The one we all loved so very much
Tell of the mom who had our back
The one who knew which joke to crack
Sing it out so the whole world hears
Of the mom who calmed our fears
Give thanks for our mothers love
She’s God’s gift from above

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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A Mother's Day poem

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