Happy Mother’s Day!
May 11 2008

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Happy Mother’s Day!  I put this poem I wrote for Mother’s Day in a previous post, and wanted to share it again here.  I hope you enjoy it along with a picture taken by a good friend of mine, Sandy Blanchard.


Motherhood and Childhood

What does it mean to be a mother?
Is it love?
Is it fear?
Is it feeling dear?

What does it mean to be a child?
Is it love?
Is it joy?
Is it having a favorite toy?

As mothers we hope for our child’s happiness
We pray for our child’s health
We hope they are treated with kindness
We pray our children find peace in the world

As children we live for today
We anticipate a life of fun
We hope for a million tomorrows
We cannot imagine a world without our mothers

As mothers we cannot imagine a world without our children
We are one and the same…

Aruni Gunasegaram
March 2008

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3 Comments on “Happy Mother’s Day!”

  1. 1 Barbara Ling said at 3:58 AM on May 12th, 2008:

    Wonderful poem! To me, being a mom means that you’ve made a difference to the most important people in the entire world…your kids.



    Barbara Ling’s last blog post..For That Special Mom – Presenting The 12 Days of Mother’s Day!

  2. 2 fred wilson said at 9:55 AM on May 12th, 2008:

    very nice!

    i hope you had a good one


  3. 3 Aruni said at 3:03 PM on May 12th, 2008:

    @Barbara – thanks. That is so true about making a difference to the most important people — your kids. If you do right by your kids, then you do right by the world. :-)

    @fred wilson – thanks! I was flying back from CA yesterday but had some nice mother’s day things and hugs when I returned.