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Mother, Summer, I By Philip Larkin

For Mothers Everywhere Mother’s Day 26th March 2017, ROI  (This Sunday) Mother, Summer, I By Philip Larkin My mother, who hates thunder storms, Holds up each summer day and shakes It out suspiciously, lest swarms Of grape-dark clouds are lurking … Continue reading

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Give Me Three Grains Of Corn, Mother By Amelia Blanford Edwards

Give me three grains of corn, Mother, Only three grains of corn; It will keep the little life I have Till the coming of the morn. I am dying of hunger and cold, Mother, Dying of hunger and cold; And … Continue reading

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If I could give you diamonds for each tear you cried for me. if I could five you sapphires for each truth you’ve helped me see. If I could give you rubies for the heartache that you’ve known If I … Continue reading

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You filled my days with rainbow lights, Fairytales and sweet dream nights, A kiss to wipe away my tears, Gingerbread to ease my fears. You gave the gift of life to me And then in love, you set me free. … Continue reading

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Mother’s Quotes

A man loves his sweetheart the most, his wife the best, but his mother the longest. – Irish Proverb Mother–that was the bank where we deposited all our hurts and worries. – T. DeWitt Talmage Don’t poets know it, Better … Continue reading

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