Alliteration Mom Poems | Alliteration Poems About Mom

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What makes a great mom, dedication to all moms

What makes a great mom, 
Is love from the heart. 
You’re a great mom. 
We try our best,
To raise our children right. 
Teach them wrong and right. 
Guide them in the right direction. 
Even in the good and bad times, 
We still love them with all are hearts. 
They have our hearts, 
Even when they grow up. 
A love from a child is forever, 
It’s a gift from god,
Also the greatest love. 
We raise our sons and daughters right,
It shows and will always show. 

Copyright © Angel Hale | Year Posted 2012

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Who Cares

Who cares if I live or die
Or if I eat or not
Who cares what happens
When I miss my parents

Who cares if I hate or love
Or if I need someone
who cares if I’m alone
When I miss my parents

Who cares if I dream
Or if my dreams are sweet
Who cares what I dream
When I miss my parents

Who cares that I have daughters
And grandchildren too
Although I love them so
When I miss my parents

Who cares when I teach
I know my students do
Because I show them that I care
Even if I miss my parents

Copyright © Maria Elena Enriquez | Year Posted 2010

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Her blood

She sits in her room. 
Thinking she has no purpose in the world. 
She has no one to hold. 

Her mom drinks. 
Her dad died. 
Her friends ditched her. 
Her mom hits her. 

She its on her bed. 
Wishing she was dead. 
As she takes out the blade. 
And puts it on her wrist. 
She starts cutting deep into her flesh. 

Her blood. 
Comes out of her skin. 
Shes in pain. 
But, won't cry out. 

She locks her door. 
As she cuts more. 
Her blood is now on the pillow. 

She keeps cutting. 
Instead of wondering. 
What she could do with her life. 

As they bury her body in the cemetary. 
Next to her dad. 

Her blood still drips.

Copyright © Megan Hanlon | Year Posted 2006

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poetry soup

Poetry soup is so yummy,
Everyone is a poet no dummy,
Reminds me of my mummy,
And her boyfriend SAMMY.


Copyright © Robert Ndung'u | Year Posted 2017