My Mom Is A Wise Woman

My Mom is a strong woman,
She cares deeply for all her children.
She works tirelessly all these years,
Thinking of her brings me tears.
She married my father when she was twenty,
She gave birth to me next year in October.
The love from her is more than plenty,
So many sweet memories for me to remember.
Now I am a mother to two boys,
I understand better how a mother’s love works.
Patience, attentions, and encouragements are more precious than toys,
Magic also works via communications and passionate talks.
My Mom is a wise woman,
She would do anything for all her children.
She contributes so much for the family,
Without her understanding, I would not live so happily.
Now that she is a proud grandmother for up to 17 years,
She has lived her life to its fullest, no fears.
She has extended her love to her wonderful grandchildren,
I feel blessed to be a daughter to such an amazing woman.
My Mom is a lucky wife,
Because my Father loves her his entire life,
They make the perfect couple in our village,
No one can under-estimate my parents’ courage.
Now that I live far away from my Mom,
But the love in between is all the same.
Happy Mother’s Day, My dear mother,
Greetings also go to my father,the family of my sister, and my brother…

A Greeting From Tom!

20 thoughts on “My Mom Is A Wise Woman

  1. What a BEAUTIFUL and LOVING tribute to
    such a wonderful important person in your life!
    Happy Mother’s Day, Jingle.
    You are such a WONDERFUL wise woman too!

  2. It is beautiful tribute to your mother. Would love to read the story of her life and yours.

    Thanks for your life of love to us

    love from a friend

  3. OOps my post went on the second one..

    I really liked this post..

    Have an amazing Mother’s Day..

  4. Happy Mother’s Day to you all. 🙂 You are all a special family, and you deserve much happiness. I love your words in this beautiful poem. 🙂

  5. Beautiful simply beautiful jingle. Happy Mother’s Day. Cheerish your mom while you can. My Mom went on to be with Jesus in 1994. I sure do miss her very much.

  6. What a beautiful tribute to your mother. You are so fortunatle to have such a wonderful mother and her to have such a loving, gracious, and thankful daughter.

  7. This made me cry, Dear Jingle. I bet you miss her so much. I would love to see your parents over in their village, so happy together all these years. The best thing in life!!

    I miss mine too, but she is only 3000 miles away, I imagine yours is much farther.

  8. A lovely poem on your mother; in fact, it resonates with the feelings we all have for our mothers. My mother is my best friend. She is always there to comfort me and boost me up whenever I am feeling down. And that’s the same quality you seek in a friend!

  9. There are so many different ways we have honoured mother’s day. That you give your mother the title “wise” is so indicative of your own wisdom. I suspect your children could write the same poem (or at least with the same love and admiration.)

    Perhaps, because I live close to my mother and it is easier to take her talents and love for granted and not write about that; I wrote about the incredible effect mother’s have on our brain and its successful development. It isn’t more toys or classes or tutors. It is the very thing that Jingle offers all of us, and that her mother offered to all her children.

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