This is my English teacher's poem
MY MOTHER
- Mrs Vuong Bich Hanh -
Who fed me when I was a child?
And held me in hen arms so kind?
My mother!
Who sat and watched my childish head
When I was sleeping in bed?
My mother!
When pain and illness made me cry.
Who looked upon my heavy eyes?
My mother!
Who ran and helped me when I fell?
And would some funny stories tell?
My mother!
And I can never stop being
So loving and so kind to thee
Who was kind to me?
My mother!
When you are sick and old and grey
My healthy arms shall be your stay
And I shall calm your pains away
My mother!

Enjoyed this poem.
Especially the way it ends.
The end is definitely great.
Thank you for that poem. Emotion: smile

Miriam
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Thank you all for praising. I'm so proud of my English teacher, and wish that I could create such a poem to post in this forum. How can I do that?
I HAD STUDIED THE POEM MY MOTHER IN SCHOO SOME 32 YEARS BACK. I WAS SEARCHING FOR THIS POEM FROM LONG TIME ,I AM HAPPY TO FIND IT NOW,STILL I WILL BE SATISFIED IF I CAN GET THE ORIGINAL VERSION THAT IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERNT ,I HOPE TO FIND IT ONE DAY AS I AM CONTINUING TO SEARCH IT .IT WOULD HAVE BEEN EASY IF I COULD REMEMBER THE ORIGINAL POETS NAME THAT I REMEMBER WAS A LADY ,MAY BE TWO SISTERS WROTE IT .

BYE