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Mother Poems. Read and share your gratitude and admiration with beautiful poems about and for our moms. Nothing can replace a good mother in our lives, and we often want to share words of appreciation with the woman who raised us and who shares a special place in our hearts. A mother’s love profoundly influences her child’s development, which is why we owe so much to these beautiful women. Sadly, they are not always with us, and not a day goes by when their memory is not with us.

Poem Topics Related to Mother

grandmother, ma, mama, mommy, mother, mum, parent

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Premium Member BROWN-
 Brown the color of the passive ground Autumn I'm falling leaves horizontal the waist by product the leaves leave me Brown blooms with the bloom of unemployed in clouds Grands made from scratch chocolate cake taste the golden tan...Read More
Categories: mother, abortion, analogy, color, community, cool, word play,
Form: Free verse



Child of War
Bombs blasting so near,
child of war covers her ears,
mother is gone no where to be seen,
sheet covers broken window,
blocks the light but not the screams
of the dying next door.

Child is hungry and eats stale bread on floor,
A dirty cotton dress...Read More
Categories: mother, anxiety, autumn, child, conflict, war,
Form: Free verse
A DATE
Our meeting
And my greeting
It’s nice to see you
It was overdue,
I see you every day
You never came my way,
Once I’ve got the spirit
Yet I’ve got nothing illicit.

I know what you mean
I also was keen;
I hoped you asked me out
For about you...Read More
Categories: mother, romance, romantic,
Form: Free verse
Molly Lori
Eternal waves, cascade for days
Sun dried and free, they frame her face
Twirls and spins, cinnamon skin
Sky blue eyes, magnetic grin

To the T, my mini me
But more than I could hope to be
Angelic, sweet, glitter tipped feet
If I’m a song, she’s...Read More
Categories: mother daughter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Lessons Learned
THE LESSONS LEARNED

Africa starving, droughts that go for years
Ask yourself who amongst you really cares

Who; really took it all on board, their strife
Life was cheap to every child that lost a life

The clocks will turn; it is us next on...Read More
Categories: appreciation, earth, eulogy, mother, visionary, words,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member A CLASSIC




Ask truth to show in a sure way:
Choice syncs with flow in poise that plays,
Love that heart knows moves act that stays;


Ask for kind grace to cast clear light,
Seek time and space as glimpse greets sight,
Spread a fond trace of...Read More
Categories: mother, allegory,
Form: Rhyme
Sealed from Human Eyes
Sealed from human eyes,
Veiled in shawls of the mist - 
Like the Arabian lady so shy...

All standing together,
Never far from each other,
Always holding hands...

The deer, the river, the pines,
In a perfect life so wild,
Its jewel of peace survives...

Mother nature thrives,
Within...Read More
Categories: mother, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Your Finest Hour





“Your Finest Hour”



pour a paint can
from isolation
a heart torn
blood spills Red 
on the crushed White empty now
absorbed in the mother vein

Stop.

a tall tree, Green, waiting, 
so is life and dreams
she always speaks
of a beautiful future
fresh, romantic notions
words are always, running...Read More
Categories: freedom, love, mother daughter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Earth nurse
I’m famished, haven’t eaten, am starving to death, 
My hunger has never been worse,
Could you please give me a little, small bit of food, 
And bury it into my Earth,

Just a seed or three, or a tube stock tree, 
Maybe...Read More
Categories: mother, earth,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Dexter John and His Wheelbarrow Nap
Dexter John, baby calf was tuckered, he had been playing all day.
He laid down in the Kansas grass, brown enough to be harsh hay.
His fifteen-year-old human cousins picked him up without a peep.
Placed him in a green wheelbarrow, comfortable enough...Read More
Categories: mother, animal,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Wild Knows Wild
The daddy’s eyes popped wide; he started to jump up.
His wife, a shaman’s daughter, lifted a finger to stop him.
It is okay, she whispered. Watch.
Sister Fawn walked to their toddler, Liney with purpose.
Liney was delighted with her new four-legged friend....Read More
Categories: mother, animal, native american,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member No More
No more hand shaking,                                    ...Read More
Categories: mother, death, food, sick,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Being With You
Under the canopy of the pine trees we lay,                               ...Read More
Categories: mother, day, sky, star, tree,
Form: Rhyme
All in the Family

Patricia’s father has a brother,
which makes him her uncle,
and she by law his niece.
All are very close and amiable.

Now her older brother Jim
had a son, namely Matthew
and that naturally made him
her fleshly nephew. 

As it happened they fell in love
and...Read More
Categories: mother, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Nothing more frustrating trying damndest to kindle memory
(buzzfeeding, kickstarting, needling darn noggin)

An effort to recall word, phrase,
musician... indigenous tribe...
most frustrating literary
endeavor to das scribe

aggravating enough to sub
bourbon spur teetotaler to imbibe
and/or nsync, whereby soul searching
devil's advocate demands bribe.

Lil brokeback Engelbert Humperdinck
(born Arnold George Dorsey) bent edict coercion
(think...Read More
Categories: mother, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Real Talk
Real Talk

WTF, I know I didn’t just see what I thought I saw
This old dude slammed on breaks to talk to a little girl
That could probably be his daughter, better yet his granddaughter
Look at her with her little itty, bitsy,...Read More
Categories: mother, abuse, america, anger, black love, dark, youth,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Woven Are These Pages In Poetic Verse
Woven are these pages in poetic verse,

With bare threads of our deepest feelings,

You will find laughter, tears and remorse,

and words of wisdom, prayer and healings.


 

Healings now come from prayer,

On my knees I will be,

Did I just see an angel...Read More
Categories: mother, angel, anger, wine, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Mother natures Cure
Hush,Hush. 
The world is gently sleeping
breathing in the fresh air
its repairing, rejuveating.
Recovering from the virus 
her temperature still rising.
And life support is still needed 
her  oxygen deplenished 
Yet mother nature is still weeping
in despair at human kind. 
Shes looking...Read More
Categories: mother, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE MIND OF A MOTHER
I conceived you in my mind.
I carried you around in the depth of my heart.
sitting under the tree of life,
I heard your song,my unborn child.I sang
it while I waited. I sang it while I waited.
I told your father of the...Read More
Categories: baby, black african american, character, mother, my
Form: Blank verse
Leaving
Father left, 33 was she-
The mother who had raised five children single handedly
Three left the country,
Now left with her are just me and my brother, see?

Mother closed her shop
So we can focus
And to stop work is our job,
Now we're living...Read More
Categories: care, family, farewell, for teens, leaving, mother,
Form: Rhyme
THE DEVIL HAS THE BEST TUNES
When I know I’m down and out,
When I feel sad and need to cry;
When the pains are intolerable,
Everything begins to go awry.

When I think about my lack of fortunes,
I realise the devil has the best tunes.

When darkness comes upon me,
While...Read More
Categories: mother, emotions,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member You Are Not Gone I See You in the Mirror in my Reflection
Some 46 years ago my mother died 
And she is not here
 But yet when I look in the mirror
 I see a reflection of her so dear
 My mother's here
Some 35 years ago 
My father died and he is...Read More
Categories: mother, analogy, appreciation, celebration, encouraging, family,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Watermarks


if I turn left
i end up near my dead mother
she has a green mound
but there are lots of green mounds

there’s a street map in a fisherman’s pocket
a splashing sea has soaked its print 
signs and roads melt
it could be Atlantis,...Read More
Categories: mother, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member AINT NOBODY COMING
Don't clog,read this blog
Careful with the pipes
Don't stop up the toilets,
Cause aint no plumber coming'',
That bad tooth, that hurts to the root,
News flash, ‘ain't no dentist open'.
Separate your garbage,
Garbage man aint doing extra,
No has mask suits or gas mask,
They aint...Read More
Categories: mother, crazy, deep, fate, giggle, imagery, truth,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
My Mom and Her Home
These old stones 
have undressed their 
plaster-clothes. Her roof
is tattered, yet she declines my call.

Fashion and novelty
never tempt her. Her soles 
sometimes soil her floor, but she
doesn’t fear a stretched-out  index finger. 

She refuses a share 
of yummy Chinese...Read More
Categories: mother,
Form: Free verse

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