Saturday, May 8, 2010

A Mother's Day Poem

Don't think of her as gone away

Her journey's just begun 

Life holds so many facets 

This earth is only one

Just think of her as resting

From the sorrows and the tears 

In a place of warmth and comfort

Where there are no days or years

Think how she must be wishing

That we could know today 

Nothing but our sadness

Can really pass away

And think of her as living

In the hearts of those she touched

For nothing loved is ever lost

And she was loved very, very much

Happy Mother’s Day Mom.

1 comment:

  1. A reader asked me where I found this poem, since it was not cited in my blog. I originally found the poem at with 'Anonymous' as the author. It is also at as 'Author Unknown'. With research, my reader determined the original source to be E. Brenneman.

    So thank you E. Brenneman for being able to put into words so eloquently the sadness a lot of people are feeling at the loss of their mothers, especially this time of year. And to everyone out there that has lost their mother... this poem is a beautiful way to remember them. May all our Mom's know that they are not lost because we still love them.