quotes of mother - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
Mother was my rainbow umbrella, protecting with her brilliant soul-colours no matter the weather.
From umbilical bond to breast, from nursery to graduation, the mother must welcome each new change until her fledgling is fit to navigate their own skies.
As we hold onto mother, she shows us the open arms of a divine universe, knowing that one day she will usher in the very day she dreads.
My mother was made all the stronger for the time she spent developing herself, her brain and body, becoming all the fitter. She spent time with us too, in our sweet daily routines and family traditions. She was my rock, a person my brothers and I could look up to as our role model.
My mother is my definition of strength, though I could not see it as a child. What she stood up to and made it seem so easy I can barely contemplate. Yet that is what mothers do, they become the umbrella so we don't feel the hail.
My mother was an educated woman, with an emotional warmth that spread into my bones. Even now, upon a chill evening, I can feel it there.
My mother had the brains to do anything and the heart to know I needed her to stay with me, at least some of the time. So she lived a sort of wise compromise. She had time to leap and bound in the academic world and time to play our silly-wonderful games. I think she needed that. How can we ever be our best selves without the ability to meet new challenges?
The first time I felt icy-rain I thought my mother had failed, then I realised she was the one who'd sheltered me from its sting all these years. I guess when a storm gets strong enough, there is no umbrella in the world that can keep you from it.