It is a wonder how most moms turn out to be such great storytellers. No matter how many stories you read or hear from other sources, the tales spun by your mom will continue to have the ultimate charm and the greatest effect on you. With Mother's Day coming up again, we present you with a handful of beautiful short stories that speak about mothers, the sacrifice they make for their kids and the love between mothers and their children. Read these wonderful Mother's Day Stories for their warmth, for the message they convey, and click here to share them with your friends. Have a fun-filled Mothers Day celebration with all your pals and dear ones!
It was a bright morning in the old city of Rome many hundred years ago. In a vine-covered summer-house in a beautiful garden, two boys were standing. They were looking at their mother and her friend, who were...... Read on
Once upon a time, a long, long while ago, the Sun, the Wind, and the Moon were three sisters, and their mother was a pale, lovely Star that shone, far away, in the dark evening sky...... Read on
There was a widow who had two daughters; one of them was beautiful and industrious, the other ugly and lazy. The mother, however, loved the ugly and lazy one best, because she was her own daughter, and so the other, who was only her stepdaughter, was made to do all the work of the house, and was quite the Cinderella of the family....... Read on
Caius Marcius was a noble Roman youth, who fought valiantly, when but seventeen years of age, in the battle of Lake Regillus, and was there crowned with an oaken wreath, the Roman reward for saving the life of a fellow soldier. This he showed with joy to his mother, Volumnia, whom he loved exceedingly, it being his greatest pleasure to receive praise from her lips....... Read on
Once upon a time... A mother sat there with her little child. She was so downcast, so afraid that it should die! It was so pale, the small eyes had closed themselves, and it drew its breath so softly, now and then, with a deep respiration, as if it sighed; and the mother looked still more sorrowfully on the little creature....... Read on