|Main : Love : Mothers-ChildrenMountain, The (by: Jim Stovall)|
There were two warring tribes in the Andes, one that lived in the lowlands and the other high in the mountains. The mountain people invaded the lowlanders one day, and as part of their plundering of the people, they kidnapped a baby of one of the lowlander families and took the infant with them back up into the mountains.
My Hero (by: Liz Polidan)
Their once lived an angel
Who watched over me day by day
For I once was her little angel
When I went out to play
My Mother, My Angel (by: Author Unknown)
I remember those sleepless nights
When I used to wake up in tears
She would always be there to hold me
And say that everything was alright
My Mother, the Survivor (by: Kari Elsik)
Have you ever known a woman of such beauty, charisma, and such style? There is a woman, a captivating lady of such grace. A lady with all the love in the world to give. I do. Yes, I do. I have been blessed in my young lifetime to know such a rare find.
No Charge (by: Shirley Ceasar)
My little boy came into the kitchen this evening while I was fixing supper. And he handed me a piece of paper he'd been writing on.
No Time for Tears (by: Christine McClimans)
Today had been the day my mother and I had waited for. We packed and we planned every detail carefully for weeks. For my mother and I it was the beginning of a journey that we would take together and the return date was undecided.
Noah's Blankie (by: Susan Fahncke)
He came into this world eighteen months ago. He has fuzzy blonde hair and the bluest eyes you've ever seen. It was a difficult pregnancy, with many dangers threatening the life of this little miracle I was carrying within me.
Pink Yesterdays (by: Author Unknown)
How can it be that when
I bent to kiss you goodnight,
A beautiful young woman
Queen Margaret and the Robbers (by: Albert F. Blaisdell)
One day when roses were in bloom, two noblemen came to angry words in the Temple Gardens, bythe side of the river Thames.
Roses for Mama (by: C.W. McCall)
A man stopped at a flower shop to order some flowers to be wired to his mother who lived two hundred miles away. As he got out of his car he noticed a young girl sitting on the curb sobbing. He asked her what was wrong and she replied, "I wanted to buy a red rose for my mother. But I only have seventy-five cents, and a rose costs two dollars."
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