Mother’s Day

Article: Limerick: Haiku

Mother’s Day: Building Bridges, Not Walls

Mother’s Day is a special occasion to celebrate the love, care, and sacrifices of all mothers. It is a time to appreciate their hard work and dedication, to acknowledge their tireless efforts to build a better world for their children. Yet, for many people, Mother’s Day can also be a reminder of loss, grief, and loneliness.

The theme quote “People are lonely because they build walls instead of bridges” is a powerful reminder of the importance of connection and community. Too often, we isolate ourselves from others, building walls of fear, mistrust, and misunderstanding. We forget that we are all human, all vulnerable, all in need of love and support.

Mothers, however, are the ultimate bridge-builders. They connect us to our past, present, and future, linking generations together in a chain of love and tradition. They nurture us, guide us, and inspire us to be our best selves. They are the foundation of our families, the heart of our homes.

On this Mother’s Day, let us honor the bridge-builders in our lives. Let us reach out to those who are lonely, isolated, or struggling. Let us build bridges of empathy, compassion, and kindness, to create a world where no one is left behind.


There once was a mother so dear

Whose love knew no bounds, year after year

She built bridges, not walls And answered all calls

Her children held her so near


Mother’s love,

a bridge Spanning past, present, future

Loneliness fades, love grows.


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