Write a Poem
Your mother is the person who created you and most likely raised you. She has served as a teacher, a mentor, a nurse, a driver and a friend, she was the one there for you, while you were growing up and did not walk away, no matter how frustrated she could be. You shared all the emotions; happiness, tears, anger, sadness and joy. A mother's love is unmatchable, writing her a poem expresses gratitude and shows her that you know how much she cares, and that you care, too. More than anyone else, mothers appreciate homemade gifts, because they understand the thought behind creative presents.
Before you write anything, think about the relationship you have with your mother. Most likely, you have years of material and memories. Recall your favorite times, and try to choose three different memories from different periods in your life. For example, one memory from your young childhood, one from adolescence and one recent memory.
Pick up your pen and begin writing on the stationary. You should have three stanzas (like paragraphs), one for each memory. Each stanza should have about four lines, but this is flexible. You also do not need to make each line a complete sentence. You don't have to rhyme the lines, but if you choose to, use the thesaurus to look up words you need to rhyme.
When you have finished writing the poem, write the date in the top right corner. Your mother will probably want to keep the poem for a long time, and she will want to remember when it was written. Place the finished poem on the kitchen table, maybe next to flowers, or somewhere you are certain your mother will see it.
A POEM FOR MY BEAUTIFUL 91 YEAR OLD MOM