May the years treat you kindly, may laughter hold sway, And I'm here for you always if your blue skies turn gray. Sometimes, though, they wrote from the mother's viewpoint. Elsewhere in the poem, he describes how a mother's love can even touch a child in hell. The 2nd and 4th lines can rhyme if you wish, but it's not necessary.
They can take hours of tweaking and careful shaping. A thesaurus can help you to expand your vocabulary - there are many online. Try writing your poem in verses of 4 lines. You've got a good heart; you help and you care; To your family and friends you are true.
My Son My son, you're a remarkable person to me; Your good qualities make me feel proud. Some mother-in-laws interfere; They think that they know best. The mother at home, quietly placing the dishes on the supper-table; The mother with mild words—clean her cap and gown, a wholesome odor falling off her person clothes as she walks by Warm, tender and giving love That grows us up healthy and happy.
I daydream about you, Mom filling our lives with fun, contentment and peace. Love set you going like a fat gold watch.
Rock me to sleep, Mom.