This Mother’s Day poem is for kids to recite to their moms, or to accompany a DIY gift.
For dads looking for something creative to do with their kids to give to mommy on mother’s day, why not simply print this poem out and add your child’s handprints. You could even frame it if you wanted to go all out!
If you make any DIY mother’s day gifts and include my poem, please do tag me into your pictures on instagram, facebook and pinterest and twitter so I can see!
I wonder how
a caterpillar feels
As it forms a coccoon.
Does it think
its world is over
Or does it know it’ll be a butterfly soon?
Change to the max.
Make the transition and never look back.
Glass coke bottles and swimming pools;
Searching for shade.
It’s cool to explore
foreign markets and beauty spots.
Or closer to home
If that’s your lot.
A change is as good as a rest.
Sometimes holidays at home are the very best.
Summer is a short poem by Ms Moem
This is poem 10 of my daily poem project. The prompt was ‘summer’.