Wednesday

Year-Long Limerick: A Mother’s Day Greeting in Rhyme


This sweet limerick affirms the never-ending commitment of most mothers. Why should we recognize moms only on Mother’s Day?



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Tuesday

Super Stepmom: A Mother’s Day Greeting in Rhyme

Stepmothers may take a bad rap in fairy tales, but many stepchildren know better.  This little rhymed verse adds a bit of whimsy to a warm greeting for a special stepmother on Mother’s Day.


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Stork Stupor: A Mother’s Day Greeting in Rhyme



What mother wouldn’t love to go out to eat on Mother’s Day? This light rhymed sestet pokes a little fun at the occasion, while affirming a mother’s good example.



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Spring Flower Surprise: A Mother’s Day Greeting in Rhyme


Moms love receiving flowers and pretty plants for Mother’s Day. This little limerick would go nicely with such a gift from a loving child.



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Lucky Kid: A Mother’s Day Greeting in Rhyme

An elementary school aged child or even a preteen might offer this brief and bright rhymed verse to his or her delightful mom on Mother’s Day.


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