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Mother Daughter Family Poems

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


Why do I feel so alone
I still need to feel loved
When I am old, it fades away
But I am still the same
Saying it is not enough
Nor is buying it
I feel...

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Categories: depression, family, loneliness, love,



Her
Her selflessness inspiring 
Her heart so pure and true
Her presence keeps you smiling
Her unconditional love shines through

Her desire in putting others first
Her time with treasured...

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Categories: family, best friend, mom, mother,

Premium Member Love etcetera DK
when she made hot coffee in the morning,
winked at me said your breakfast is warming,
I was dumbstruck and knew there was a flaw,
This was not...

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Categories: family, father, love hurts,

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A little brunette girl, told me a tale.
Her big brown eyes,a little teary.
She began and was wringing her dimpled 
hands.
The fog was rolling in, that...

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Categories: courage, family, mother daughter,

I hope that you're somewhere
I hope that you're somewhere a daughter can find you
I hope that it's near enough, warm enough, sweeter
these nights I could handle with you as...

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Categories: family, miss you, missing



Premium Member KNOW THAT I LOVE YOU
Remember that I have loved you,
When you remember me;
Though at times I must admit,
We did not agree.

Life is a mixture of experience,
Some good, some not...

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© Judy Ball  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: daughter, family, growing up,

Familial relationships
A spider plant* with many offshoots --
The mother firmly holds onto her little girl's hand at the nursery.


*Chlorophytum comosum...

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Categories: analogy, daughter, family, image,

Premium Member A FRAGMENT OF MY FAMILY
I found it so difficult to write a poem
about my biological mother             ...

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Categories: family, mother daughter, relationship,

Premium Member There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: family, 12th grade, character, hope,

Premium Member Honey Mommy Day
Your name begins with a B,
And I’m your first baby…
I should always tell you
You’re sweet like a Bumblebee
That has a Heart of Gold.
Being as Gold...

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Categories: childhood, cute, family, mom,

Mother and Daughter
My mother and I were never weak.
But we also were not unique.

She was a woman, and I was a child.
We always made people smile.

They look...

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Categories: family, caregiving, childhood, death, encouraging,

Poems about Mothers
Poems about Mothers


Mother's Smile
by Michael R. Burch

There never was a fonder smile
than mother's smile, no softer touch
than mother's touch. So sleep awhile
and know she loves...

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Categories: family, child, children, love, mother,

Mummy Dont Cry
Mummy Don’t Cry. 

Mummy don’t cry, for I am still here. Maybe not in person, yet I’m so very near. 
Mummy don’t cry, or even...

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Categories: bereavement, children, death, family,

A LOST IDENTITY
Who am I? As they asked themselves

it has been a while since they have known

cannot identify, classify the source

forgotten the main dishes, with courses

a longtime...

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Categories: childhood, destiny, family, father

Premium Member MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS
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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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, mother daughter,