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Mom Poems & Mother's Day Poems

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Which is the perfect poem for YOUR Mom?

Sometimes it’s hard to say “I love you, Mom” in just the right way. That’s why we’ve compiled this great collection of poems for Mom.

Top Mom Poems

A Blessing by Melanie Poulin ~ What a blessing a mother can be, A gift of love for eternity. Nurturing you from the very start…

A Mother’s Love, Author Unknown ~ Her love is like an island in life’s ocean, vast and wide A peaceful, quiet shelter…

As I Look Back, Author Unknown ~ As I look back on my life I find myself wondering….. Did I remember to thank you for all that you have done for me? …

For All Mothers, Author Unknown ~ This is for all the mothers who froze their buns off on metal bleachers at soccer games instead of watching from cars…

God’s Masterpiece is Mother by Herbert Farnham ~ God took the fragrance of a flower…The majesty of a tree…The gentleness of morning dew…

I Miss You, Mom by Renee Duvall ~ I used to think that people didn’t need their moms so much after they grew up. But I’ve realized that’s not true…

If I Knew as a Child by Renee Duvall ~ If I knew as a child what I know now, Mom, I probably wouldn’t have made things so hard for you. I would have understood that you were looking out for…

Memories and Mother by Mary R. Hurley ~ When Mother came to our room To tuck us in at night, Her face would look so gentle In the soft, bedside light…

Mother, Author Unknown ~ If I could give you diamonds for each tear you cried for me. If I could five you sapphires for each truth you’ve helped me see…

M-O-T-H-E-R by Howard Johnson ~ “M” is for the million things she gave me, “O” means only that she’s growing old, “T” is for the tears she shed…

My Mother by Anne Taylor ~ Who fed me from her gentle breast, And hushed me in her arms to rest, And on my cheek sweet…

My Mother Kept a Garden, Author Unknown ~ My Mother kept a garden, a garden of the heart, She planted all the good things that gave my life its start. She turned me to the sunshine…

Ode to Mothers by Kristin F. McKendall ~ Mothers cannot do it all But surely do they try. Mothers hear the angel’s call, To comfort all who cry…

Thank You Mom ~ I know how often I took you for granted when I was growing up. I always assumed you’d be there when I needed you…

The Best Mother That I Love by Susan Jordan ~ …You share a love that knows no end, you’re more than my mother, you are my friend.

The Little Things by Katherine Nelson Davis ~ It is the little things that count And give a mother pleasure – The things her children bring to her Which they so richly treasure…

These Are the Years by Barbara Burrow ~ These are the years, the gentle years, the soft and sentimental years when wee little fingers reach and touch…

To My Mother by Edgar Allen Poe ~ Because I feel that in the heavens above The angels, whispering one to another, Can find among their…

To My Mother, Author Unknown ~ For all the times you gently picked me up, When I fell down, For all the times you tied my shoes And tucked me…

What is a Mother? by Francis Cardinal Spellman ~ What is a mother? Who shall answer this? A mother is a font and spring of life, A mother is…

What is a Mother? by J. Kyler McManus ~ What is a Mother? -She’s someone who shares In all of your problems Your joys and your cares- Someone who gives you Right from the start The warmth…

What is a Mother? by Katherine Nelson Davis ~ A mother is someone to shelter and guide us, To love us, whatever we do, With a warm…

What is a Mother? Author Unknown ~ A mother can be almost any size or any age, but she won’t admit to anything over thirty. A mother has soft…

Who is a Mother? by Helen Araromi ~ Who is a mother? a mother is a woman, a wife, a child-bearer and a home maker… Who is a mother?…

You Know You’re a Mom When… ~ 1. You count the sprinkles on each child’s cupcake to make sure they’re even. 2. You find yourself cutting…

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