Quotes that encourage people to believe in themselves.
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Celebrating the birthday of a loved one who has passed away can be difficult. You want nothing more than for that person to be here with you. Poetry is a great source of comfort during times of grief.
Spring is a time of great renewal. The grasp of winter no longer holds us, and nature reveals incredible beauty. We see budding leavings, opening flowers, rainstorms that showcase rainbows, and the glowing warmth of the sun. Bees buzz from flower to flower, and the birds’ songs are heard again in the early morning hours. These nature poems highlight the loveliness spring. They are written in the form of a haiku, a three-line poem that follows the syllable count of 5-7-5. Although they are short, they capture the charm of this exquisite season.
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. It was first established by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. At that time, less than two million people suffered from the disease. It has now grown to over five million patients in the United States alone. Although there is no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, there are treatments that help slow down the progression of the disease.
The Alzheimer’s Association has wonderful resources on their website about signs of Alzheimer’s, tips for living with the disease, help for caregivers, information on research and getting involved with support groups.
Whether you have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or have a loved one fighting this disease, we hope these poems will remind you that you are not facing this alone.
November is also National Family Caregivers Month. There are millions of people who care for their loved ones. These people selflessly make sacrifices to care for those with special needs, chronic illnesses, disabilities, and aging bodies and minds. This month is a time to honor family caregivers and give them the support they need.
Be sure to check out our other Aging Poems.
Popular poems for celebrating a daughter’s birthday. Having a daughter is a special gift, and her birthday is a great time to tell her how much you love her and wish her a wonderful year.
These poems for mothers from sons are perfect for sons to share with their mothers on Mother's Day. Mothers have a special bond with their sons. After all, a mother is her son's first love. As a mother ages, many times she goes from being the one to care for her son to having him be the one to look out for her.
Your sister's birthday is an important day in her year. It's also a great time to show to her you care about her. Sharing a poem can help you express your love to her. Here is a collection of the very best Poems for a Sisters Birthday.
Each of us have people we consider heroes. For some, that hero is a soldier, firefighter, police officer, or doctor. For others, it’s a single mom, hard-working dad, or other everyday people. What makes someone a hero? It’s someone who sacrifices for the well-being of others. They put the needs of others above their own wants and desires. Heroes are determined, courageous, and brave. In this collection, our poets highlight their own personal heroes. Who are your heroes?
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