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Mother To Daughter Poems

These Mother To Daughter poems are examples of poetry about Mother To Daughter. These are the best examples of Daughter Mother To poems written by international poets.

A picture crept in,
Through all those memories,
Where I found myself ,
Besides my mother's knees,
When her brown hairs,
Gleamed red,
Fell on her shoulder,
Then dropped over my head.

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Categories: daughter, childhood, morning, mother, mother

Premium Member If They Get Me Now
I was taught to be shy, demure, sweet, God-fearing, quiet.
It was not my real self, but it is what was drummed into me.
I was too...

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Categories: daughter, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Fearful of the Wrath of the Cook
Does the turkey look done? The young bride asked her husband.
She was having both families to Thanksgiving and she was nervous.
Her husband had no clue....

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Categories: mother daughter, thanksgiving,

Premium Member Two Mothers
A mother's love can run deep   
just how deep is that love   
deep enough for all to see.


A loving mother...

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Categories: daughter, baby, giving, life, love,

Premium Member O' 'Eck, My Mistake

On chatting to the owner of the cats, I found out what I thought was a mother to daughter cat, is actually...

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Categories: father, father daughter, funny,

When she was young after their bedtime story was read
and she began to count her sheep
her mother would sit by her bed and hold her...

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Categories: family, mother daughter,

Premium Member Seconded Away

"Seconded Away"

The Primary input 
third person,you were I, 
you were seconded away
the interloper sashayed 
laughed victorious through lies
stole the gift given to you
from your mother...

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Categories: love, mirror, mother daughter,

A Mother and Daughter Shouldn't Be Torn Apart
If you ain't the parent, you need to stay in your lane.
A distant relationship with your child is all you'll gain.
You need to let your...

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© Erica Berg  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: daughter, anger, betrayal,

Madonna's Legacy
Heavenly Mother,
How could you bear to lose your son?
I weep reliving your agony.
Born from anxiety and despair, beneath
My stomach the babe which the State
Will judge...

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Categories: daughter, christian, faith, fear, mother

Premium Member I Do Not Have Time For That Nonsense
The child is out of control, angry, mad, mean.
Teachers have their theories about what the kid wants as a reward
For doing his work, to stay...

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Categories: daughter, father, love, mother, mother

Premium Member My Daughter and The Birthday Supper
I invited my oldest daughter to dinner for her half birthday.
It was highly embarrassing when she wrestled me to
The ground for the check, and I...

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Categories: daughter, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member I'M FOREVER DYING
After laying, 
my mother to rest, 
in her bed of pine, 
how I detest, 
that she sleeps, 
so deep,
so peacefully,  
leaving me behind.

Her abuse...

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Categories: daughter, child abuse, childhood, conflict,

Premium Member The Black Hills wept for Thee
The Black Hills wept for Thee

East of the Black Hills of South Dakota, 
On the Pine Ridge Reservation,
Live a proud tribe of Oglala Lakota, 

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Categories: daughter, betrayal, blessing, children, december,

My Angel: From Mother to Daughter
Loveliest blossom of my life:
All you have done is mending my life.
From you victory to your happiness,
It was my esteem and your radiance.

As you curled...

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Categories: community, daughter, love, mother


Mother to me 
is a bittersweet deed
signed in blood 
from which 
I will never be freed

circa 2007


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Categories: conflict, mother, mother daughter,