Mother’s Day Poem

Fragile though we may be in our formative years and of a vulnerable nature

One can go through any amount of suffering and hardship from the beginning of our life

And come out without ill effects or devastation to our lives

We can withstand deprivation of any material things

As long as we have a loving and stable family

And receive sufficient care and love

Then we can go through any challenge to our mind and soul

Even physical harm can be reversed by the mind if it is healthy

Emotional love and care giving is the most important nourishment for human beings

There is a collection on a website called “10 terrifying two sentence horror stories,” which presents in just two sentences a story that is very scary. They are successfully done, such as, “I always thought my cat had a staring problem-she always seemed fixated on my face. Until one day, when I realized that she was always looking just behind me.” 

However, one of these stories does not make me scared at all. Instead, it gives the opposite impression.

“A girl heard her mom yell her name downstairs, so she got up and started to head down. As she got to the stairs, her mom pulled her into her room and said, ‘I heard that, too.'” 

The story produces a feeling of calm and security that is quite deep. For most of the stories involve a lone person. Some involve more than one person. But this story that has the girl be with her mother is the most soothing one of all. The story makes me feel very good and happy. I can have the sweetest dreams because of it, but also dreams of facing the tribulations with determination. It shows the great power of parenthood.

 

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