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Mom Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Mom Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Mom. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Mom poems written by international poets.


Premium Member How Sweet It Is
Rules: Use at least 10 candy names from those listed below.
(30 candy names used)


Tomorrow we'll explore our Galaxy,
not just by space ship, but with 'space...

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Categories: future, humorous, space, voyage,



Premium Member True Fate
How much of fate is shaped for us at birth;
   how much is figured to be circumstance?
A story now I share with you...

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Categories: fate,

Premium Member Shoulda Read The Fine Print
So many years ago, in my teen years,
   our mom received a gift, her newest 'toy',
      a Presto...

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Categories: food, mom, stress,

Premium Member Treasured Jewelry
I have her nineteen fifties' Trifari
     fine costume jewelry, which I hold dear,
since my sweet mom bequeathed it all to me;
...

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Categories: mother daughter, tribute,

A Chibok Dream
In Chibok once, I met a maid, three hundred was her name.
Brim-filled with hope and not afraid, her life like sheets was plain.
She had a...

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Categories: abuse, africa, daughter, prison,

Premium Member Will You Please Just Try
I won’t, I won’t, no, I will not, not cry!
God, I can feel You, will You please just try
To get my Mom and Dad to...

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Categories: angst, child, faith, family,

Strangers
 Warning, this poem is dark. It is inspired by the  Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.

Gather around and hear of the strange day,
When three...

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Categories: dark,

Premium Member Songs Of Power
Songs Of Power

Some time ago you left this mortal place.
Dear mom, I think of you laid in the ground.
Without you still I find my mind...

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Categories: meaningful, song,

A Child's Sky
A child's sky





Subtle emotions in heart,
till he grows up real smart,
Tears scroll down the chubby cheek,
for a toy meagre and meek!

Steals eye to slip out...

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Categories: joy, life,

Premium Member Sunbonnet

She shuffled by our house, so slow and bent,
No second thought of where the lady went.
On her return, no one around to see.
A shaded path,...

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Categories: age, body, bullying, care,

Alive
I traveled the world
And though it is vast
I still need a truth
That would always last

Studied some books
And know my mind too
The whole time God knows
Only...

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Categories: assonance, caregiving, christian, christmas,

Premium Member Reflections of You
Somewhere in deep recesses of my mind
I try to picture my great- grandma's face.
She left no photograph of self behind,
But I dream of her dressed...

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Categories: grandmother, memory, relationship,

By Degrees
September I gazed outside with unease
When I heard it will fall in the sixties.
Then dad said we’ll soon be losing degrees;
To me these things sounded...

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Categories: family, funny, dad, me,

Long In The Tooth
I went to the Dentist to pull a tooth
And patiently sat in the waiting booth.
All the kids stared at my giant bucktooth;
Needless to say they...

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Categories: childhood, humorous,

Premium Member Seeing Double
You may recall our worries for the two.
We needed prayers for them when they were new.

They have turned into active little girls.
With matching big brown...

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Categories: growing up,

death row
I'm trying to write but my mind goes blank
I tried appeasing the people but i got no thanks
So instead of working I turned to robbing...

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Categories: angst, death, educationday, world,

Mothers day
Mothers day mom and I just gotta say
I can't wait to see you on the 9th of may
from me you'll be getting one great big...

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Categories: mother, day,

A Little More Time to Care
A Little More Time to Care

There was a faithful woman blind since birth.
She lived with “Mom” and never was a wife.
Her mother, over ninety, knew...

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Categories: death, family, life, lovedeath,

Something to Consider
Awareness, for us ordinary folk,
Begins at birth.Those smiles, bestowed on us by mom,
And some big guy called dad, and life's first gifts
that celebrate our worth,...

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Categories: happiness, uplifting,