Mommy Quotes

Quotes tagged as "mommy" (showing 1-21 of 21)
“MOTHER IS WATER

I wish I could
Shower your head with flowers
And anoint your feet with my tears,
For I know I have caused you
So much heartache, frustration and despair –
Throughout my youthful years.
I wish I could give you
The remainder of my life
To add to yours,
Or simply erase
The lines on your face,
And mend all that has been torn.
For next to God,
You are the fire
That has given light
To the flame in each of my eyes.
You are the fountain
That nourished my growth,
And from your chalice –
Gave me life.
Without the wetness of your love,
The fragrance of your water,
Or the trickling sounds of
Your voice,
I shall always feel
thirsty.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

“From her thighs, she gives you life
And how you treat she who gives you life
Shows how much you value the life given to you by the Creator.
And from seed to dust
There is ONE soul above all others --
That you must always show patience, respect, and trust
And this woman is your mother.
And when your soul departs your body
And your deeds are weighed against the feather
There is only one soul who can save yours
And this woman is your mother.
And when the heart of the universe
Asks her hair and mind,
Whether you were gentle and kind to her
Her heart will be forced to remain silent
And her hair will speak freely as a separate entity,
Very much like the seaweed in the sea --
It will reveal all that it has heard and seen.

This woman whose heart has seen yours,
First before anybody else in the world,
And whose womb had opened the door
For your eyes to experience light and more --
Is your very own MOTHER.
So, no matter whether your mother has been cruel,
Manipulative, abusive, mentally sick, or simply childish
How you treat her is the ultimate test.
If she misguides you, forgive her and show her the right way
With simple wisdom, gentleness, and kindness.
And always remember,
That the queen in the Creator's kingdom,
Who sits on the throne of all existence,
Is exactly the same as in yours.
And her name is,
THE DIVINE MOTHER.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Kendare Blake
“The accusations make me want to be kid again. Why isn't my mommy calling them big fat liars?”
Kendare Blake, Anna Dressed in Blood

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Mothers give us life, love, and the heartfelt inclination to cry 'I want my mommy' no matter how old we get.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway

Ricky Maye
“In all of your living, don't forget to live.”
Ricky Maye

Ron Hall
“If Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy.”
Ron Hall, Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together
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Richelle E. Goodrich
“Mothers were meant to love us unconditionally, to understand our moments of stupidity, to reprimand us for lame excuses while yet acknowledging our point of view, to weep over our pain and failures as well as cry at our joy and successes, and to cheer us on despite countless start-overs. Heaven knows no one else will.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes

Amit Kalantri
“Some people when they see cheese, chocolate or cake they don't think of calories.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Edward M. Wolfe
“Is the music broke, Mommy?”
Edward M. Wolfe, Hell on Ice

Amit Kalantri
“The salt is to the food, what soul is to the body.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Raine Miller
“Hola, hola, mi pequeño ángel con alas de mariposa”
Raine Miller, Rare and Precious Things

Richelle E. Goodrich
“I never knew what Mother knowed,
Like how a thread and needle sewed,
And how a kiss healed boo-boos fast.
Why family knots were made to last.

I never knew how Mother saw
A caring man in angry pa,
A smile beneath the teary gloom,
A game inside a messy room.

I never knowed what Mother knew,
Like how to smile when days were blue,
And how to laugh for laughter’s sake,
While giving up her slice of cake.

I never saw what Mother see’d
Like honor pulling garden weeds,
Or deep confessions in a look,
And hope alive in storybooks.

I never knew how Mother knowed
To hand out carrots when it snowed,
And why hot cocoa liked the rain,
While naptime kept a person sane.

For mother knowed and see’d it all.
A winner in a strike-out ball.
A 'yes, please' in a shoulder shrug.
A 'love you mostest' in a hug.

Perhaps, someday, I’ll come to know
What Mother saw and knowed as so.
Like how 'I’m right' can be all wrong,
And why the night requires a song.

But of the things I learned and knew
I never doubted one thing true.
My mother made it crystal clear,
she knowed and loved me ever dear.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons

Xavier Dolan
“Tout est possible à qui rêve, ose, travaille et n'abandonne jamais.”
Xavier Dolan

“Are you going to spank me, daddy? I'm a very bad girl! (bending over naked)

"Oh yeah daddy - spank my ass harder!!!”
Alanah Skye

Richelle E. Goodrich
“In one way or another,
you owe your life to Mother.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Slaying Dragons

Amit Kalantri
“A good food is mouthwatering when you see it and finger licking when you eat it.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Amit Kalantri
“We love our mother because she cares and also because she cooks.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Sadeqa Johnson
“Preston doesn't do well with trouble. But that's why I'm here. That's why my name is Mommy.”
Sadeqa Johnson, Second House from the Corner

Mohith Agadi
“Everyday I've got is my Mother's Day!”
Mohith Agadi

“The impeccable roles of a good responsible mother should at all times be applauded.”
Edmond Mbiaka

Rebecca McNutt
“I wish I could run away,” Rudger told Jersey as they both rushed in and out of various patients’ rooms, darting around like little ants. “I can’t leave and be on my own though, not right now, anyway.”

“Why?” asked Jersey, waving her flashlight in mid-air.

Rudger froze for a second, a regretful haze emanating from his eyes. “It’d break her heart if I left.”

“Ain’t that normal? For parents to have mixed feelings about their kids growin’ up?”

“Not for me, it isn’t.”

Jersey made a pitying face in his direction. “So, you wanna keep bein’ towed around with your mom, livin’ in a gross town like Danvers?”

“Is there a choice?”

“Yeah, there sure is. You can run away and try to be a whole person before it’s too late, or you can live with mommy dearest forever and turn into Norman Bates.”
Rebecca McNutt, Danvers: The Reckoning