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Mothers Day Speeches

Mothers Day Speeches

 

  Welcome to our Mothers Day Speeches page which features completely free content that you are free to use in any way you wish.
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And whether you buy a greetings card or make your own, we provide you with free verses and poems to personalise your card.
We also give you lots of free information and ideas to help make your event unique and interesting, whether it is a birthday, anniversary, wedding or a public holiday like Valentines Day or Christmas.
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So tender, so loving, so beautiful
Is the heart of a mother.

So pure and thoughtful and kind
Oh mother, how can I ever repay you
For all the wonderful things you've done.

When I moved within your womb
I felt your warmth

When I fixed upon your breast
I felt your love

When I slept within your arms
I felt secure

So when I think of Mother's Day
I think of you.

So with every breath of mine
I breathe this wish of love

That Mother's Day be filled with cheer
And lots of happiness

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY MOM !

 Deann Elma Scott

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They say that man is mighty;
He governs the land and sea,
He wields a mighty scepter
O'er lesser powers that be.
But a mightier power and stronger
Man from his throne has hurled,
For the hand that rocks the cradle
Is the hand that rules the world.

 William Ross Wallace

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A Mother is one who
Understands the things
You say and do

Who always overlooks
Your faults and sees the
Best in you


A Mother is one whose
Special love inspires you
Day by day.

Who fills your heart with
Gladness in her warm
And thoughtful way

A Mother is all these things
and more  the greatest
Treasure known.

And the dearest Mother in
All of the world is the one I
Call my own.

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The dearest gifts that heaven holds,
The very finest, too,

Were made into one pattern
That was perfect, sweet, and true;

The Angels smiled, well-pleased, and said:
"Compared to all the others,

This pattern is so wonderful
Let's use it just for Mothers!"

And through the years, a Mother
Has been al that's sweet and good

For there's one bit of God and love,
In all true Motherhood.

 Helen Steiner Rice