Mother poems, Poetry about Mom

A Mother’s Love

A Mother’s love is something
that no on can explain,
It is made of deep devotion
and of sacrifice and pain,
It is endless and unselfish
and enduring come what may
For nothing can destroy it
or take that love away . . .
It is patient and forgiving
when all others are forsaking,
And it never fails or falters
even though the heart is breaking . . .
It believes beyond believing
when the world around condemns,
And it glows with all the beauty
of the rarest, brightest gems . . .
It is far beyond defining,
it defies all explanation,
And it still remains a secret
like the mysteries of creation . . .
A many splendoured miracle
man cannot understand
And another wondrous evidence
of God’s tender guiding hand.

This poem was written/submitted by Vicky.

A Mothers Love

To some love is just a word
To me it’s a feeling A feeling
I get everytime I look into your eyes
A feeling I get when I realize you’re my mom
A mom who loves, shares, A mom who inspires
Unconditionally
What’s that?
That’s love
A mothers love, but only you would know
And me
You returned that love time and time again
Possibly to much, nevertheless you did
Thank-you
Thank-you for being there when I needed you most
For being my rock when I should have been yours
Thank-you for believing in me, even when I doubted myself
For being the one person I could trust
No matter what, no matter where
But most of all thank-you for being you-my mom
A mom I am so proud to claim
I love you
Now and forever

This poem was written/submitted by Jimmy.

Always Mom

You were my fairy tale princess,
So much larger than life.
You were my angel and my witness
Through all my pain and strife.
At times you made me angry,
Great words I would proclaim
How someday you’d be sorry.
You were the one to blame.
But when I needed comforting
You always found the time.
Your words were more soothing
Than days of childhood sublime.
Now the distance holds us apart,
The boundaries have no end.
I’ll hold the memories in my heart.
You’re my mother, my best friend

This poem was written/submitted by Vicky.

Driver seat

In the driver seat there is someone I know
This person is no friend or foe
But a person that I met so long ago
This person has been there in that seat
Steering along this narrow street
Over ups and downs and old concrete
She still seems to make ends meet
In the passenger seat he wasn’t for long
He felt as if he did not belong
So she pushed that aside and kept herself strong
And kept us steering along
She would not cry or complain
But I could see her pain
And the look in her eyes I could not explain
In the back seat sits my sister and I
Just along for the ride
Being driven by somebody with compassion and pride
In this ride of life
I have realized one thing
That no matter how hard it gets
It’s always clear
In every hour, minute, day of the year
My mom will always be there

God’s Gift

My Mother is a special gift,
A special gift that God gave to me.
I’d be lost and lonely without her,
If God took her away you see.
I love her so very much,
That I couldn’t bear to live without her healing touch.
Thank-you God for giving me such a loving Mother,
For I wouldn’t want to be a part of no other.

This poem was written/submitted by Vicky.

Happy Birthday Mother

Happy birthday, Mother,
Even though you might prefer
Life without these markers,
Each too public to defer.
Now that you are fifty,
Sing to us your own sweet song,
That we might celebrate your life,
Rejoicing all night long.
Each of us has love to bring,
Each a special song to sing,
To lose your heart among.

I Love You Mother

You are so special and kind
And I love you so
You helped to build my mind
And I want you to know.
The thought of you by me
Just makes me smile.
We are so close
Forever and not just a while.
I appreciate you mother
And I love all your style.

This poem was written/submitted by Jimmy.

I’m Sorry Mom

Mother’s Day Poetry,
I’m Sorry Mom!
I’m sorry for the troubles
And the worries I brought you.
I’m sorry for my mistakes,
I didn’t mean to make you blue.
When I was young and growing up,
Living in your home for so long,
I made many people sad,
I did many things wrong.
So I thought that I could show you now,
By moving away and being on my own,
That I was finally straightened out,
I wanted to prove to you I am finally maturely grown.
But I havn’t done to well at that,
I guess it goes to show,
You never really solved it all,
You never really know.
I’d like to show you now,
I need to take the time to say,
Thanks for accepting both the good and bad,
I hope you have a Wonderful Mother’s Day!

This poem was written/submitted by Shinki.

Im Sorry Mum

When I Actuly Fist Relised You Wer My Mum
I Got A Shock
Becouse You Are The Greats Mum Anyone Could Have But realy every Child And Teen Say Thatt But I Say This
Mum I Sorry I Put You Throgth Pain
Mum I Sorry I Put You To Bed
Mum I sorry I Put You To Your Death
Mum I Am Sorry Please Mummy Will You Forgive me
I KNOW YOU hate me
I KNOW YOU hate me
But I Love You Do You Love Me..?
Mum I Am Sorry Please Forgive me.
I Will Always Love You No Matter What I WILL DIE FOR You So Now I Will Take And Overdoes Sorry Mum I Love You But I Will Always And Always

Please Im Going throgth anofpain by tring to say sorry and my eyes are waterd up

This poem was written/submitted by karlene arnasalam.

In Passing

Sometimes Mom in passing
Would pat you on the back
And sometimes in passing
She’d show you the right track.

Sometimes Mom in passing
Would say, “You sure look nice!”
And sometimes in passing
She could, make you, think twice.

Sometimes Mom in passing
Would lightly touch your hair
And sometimes in passing
She’d show you what was fair.

Sometimes Mom in passing
Would ask, “What do you mean?”
And sometimes in passing
She would get in between.

Sometimes Mom in passing
Would give you, “that look”
And sometimes in passing
Would give you what it took.

But this time, Mom is passing
From this world to the best
And this time in passing
She’ll pass the final test.

And when Mom has passed
And the pain is so unkind
Just look and you’ll find her
There in your heart and mind.

This poem was written/submitted by Jimmy.

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