Mothers Day Poems
Welcome to this collection of Mothers Day Poems for the wonderful woman who gave birth to us, loved and nurtured us. May these poems and verses help you to express how you feel about your Mother, Mom, Mum, Step-Mum, Grandmother, Nanna, Grandma on Mother's Day to write in a card, or for a tag or just to tell her "I love You" and I'm thinking about you on this special day.
Our very special Poems for Mums!
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Our Mom is very cool
Smart and pretty and funny;
When she walks into a room
She makes it all go sunny.
I can't thank you enough
For being the very best Mom there is;
Your care and loving above and beyond
You just are the best Mom in the world.
How do you thank your Mom for a lifetime of love?
How do you put into words the way a favourite memory touches the heart, or how family traditions she shared can make you feel so sentimental?
How do you say “Thank you” when there is a whole lifetime of feelings behind the words?
No words could ever tell you just how much your love has meant through the years but all the thoughtful caring things you’ve done are treasured in warm memories and cherished in the heart and you’re loved for each and every one.
You’re a special gift to the family
Have a Mothers Day that’s as special as you.
You have a mom who has made you laugh,
Wiped your tears, hugged you tight,
Watched you succeed, and have seen you fail,
Cheered you on, and kept you strong,
Moms are a promise from God that you
Will have a friend for life.
Love Your Mom while you can
Mothers Day Poems
I love my Mom, I really do
She makes me lovely cakes;
She's kind and funny all the time
Even in the morning when I wake.
I scream and shout and make a din
But all she does is smile;
I like being with my Mom
And I love her all the while.
My Mom smells very nice
When she squeezes me up tight;
No matter what has happened
She makes me feel alright.
So today it's my Moms turn
To have a lovely day;
So to the Best Mom in the world
Have a lovely Mothers Day.
Working mothers are guinea pigs in a scientific experiment to show that sleep is not necessary to human life.
And Grandma's too...
While we honor all our mothers
With words of love and praise.
While we tell about their goodness
And their kind and loving ways.
We should also think of Grandma,
She's a mother too, you see....
For she mothered my dear mother
As my mother mothers me.
An ounce of mother is worth a ton of priest.
Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.
My Mom makes me smile
When I feel so sad;
She never gets very angry
Even when I'm bad.
My bros and me are naughty
But we don't mean to make her cry;
We're just very mischievous
And really don't know why.
Today though we will help ourselves
To do our very best;
And help our Dad with all the chores
So Mom can have a rest.
Everything I am is down to you
You've made me who I am;
Your loving happiness full to the brim
And whatever I wanted to do -I can.
PRAYER FOR MUM/MOM/GRANDMA
Now I lay me down to sleep,
I pray my sanity to keep.
For if some peace I do not find,
I'm pretty sure I'll lose my mind.
I pray I find a little quiet
Far from the daily family riot
May I lie back--not have to think
about what they're stuffing down the sink,
or who they're with, or where they're at
and what they're doing to the cat.
I pray for time all to myself
(did something just fall off a shelf?)
Mothers Day Poems
To cuddle in my nice, soft bed
(Oh no, another goldfish--dead!)
Some silent moments for goodness sake
(Did I just hear a window break?)
And that I need not cook or clean--
(well heck, I've got the right to dream)
Yes now I lay me down to sleep,
I pray my wits about me keep,
But as I look around I know--
I must have lost them long ago!
Moms come in all shapes and sizes and no matter how old the children get we are still their mom.
On this Mothers Day
It's more than 20 years;
Since I looked upon your face
With my eyes so full of tears.
I still miss you Mom
I hope you knwo that too;
There's no one quite like your Mom
And I really, really love you!
Always I will be your child
Even when I was stillborn;
I'm in heaven now with others;
And we will see another dawn.
My trip to earth didn't work
I'm sorry but it's true;
That doesn't mean in anyway
That I never loved you.
Maggie-May/Grandma for Daisy Fisher
Great Moms don't grow on trees
They are sent down here from heaven;
Most of the time we call them angels
And to some of us are given.
You have been the constant in my life
Whenever I've needed a hug;
Your loving and support
Has made me as snug as a bug in a rug.
You were my lifeline in the womb
You've held me close in your heart;
On top of that you're beautiful
And very, very smart.
Your kindness and your love
Has held this family tight;
I love you so much Mom
In our world all is bright!
What is a Mom
A best friend
She can mend broken hearts too
A phsychiatrist on occasion
But most of all MY MOM