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Child Mother Poems

These Child Mother poems are examples of Mother poems about Child. These are the best examples of Mother Child poems written by international poets.


A living Eulogy to my Mom by Elizabeth Duran
After El Cielo or Bust

I know time isn’t 
on my Mother’s side
for much longer

Her frail body like a delicate 
wine glass that has just tipped...

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Categories: mother, daughter, death, eulogy, mom,

Baby Face What's you THINKIN by Tracy Somerville
Photograph B
19/1/19

My mum and dad are over there
Waving my bottle without a care
They know its making me mad
But say I’m still a handsome lad

My eyes...

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Categories: mother, baby, child, childhood, dad,



hand of mother by MAHTAB BANGALEE
an affection touches  mother’s heart
her hand comes on child forehead
sick can’t be long-lived




-January 17, 2019 Chattogram...

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Categories: how i feel, mother,

Premium MemberMother Moon by Sherry Asbury
just before the advent of another dreaded dawn
Upon the glass, fastidious fingers of a waning moon
writing me love letters before the last of night is...

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Categories: mother, friendship love, poems, writing,

Special Child by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble
Don't cry for me
I am my mother's favorite child
I am different but to her I am special
I am her joy
In my smile she sees how...

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Categories: mother, blessing, child, happy, inspirational,

Coming Home by curtis johnson
You say that you are a rock                  ...

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Categories: family, father, home, mother,

The women I best know by Xuefeng Pan
Nothing actually I cared about once I became a being
I was the child knowing nothing about who I am
The woman brought me to this land...

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Categories: mother, care, feelings, for her,

SHE MADE OF ME A SEA by Don Standeford
I am the real sea
A tumultuous sea
One wave hits another
And that’s me

Waves sliding, edge
Of all the earth
Edge of my childhood
Look upon my birth

Whirlpools spinning bide
In...

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Categories: mother, allegory, angel, baptism, courage,

Hello Mother by Tawanda Nyahasha
Hello Mother
It’s me the son you don’t remember
The son you were ashamed of and ready to give up on
I bet you have forgotten about me...

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Categories: mother, absence, anger, character, growing

Premium MemberDID YOU HURT YOURSELF MY SON by JENNIFER PROXENOS
Son did you hurt yourself?
Posted on November 15, 2013 by libertariandad Standard 
 
There once lived a young man. He lived in the woods with...

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Categories: evil, love, mother,

Measuring The Depth Of Misery by Subimal Sinha-Roy

The young mind weaved the tapestry of dream
as the expectant mother floating on cloud nine.
The flower of future she perceived with pleasure
blooming, its petals touching...

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Categories: dream, fear, mother,

Premium MemberHer Own Family Did Not Appear To Care by Caren Krutsinger

Katie Kay’s time was mostly spent with us.
She had six older sisters and brothers.
She was my daughter’s best friend with no fuss.
Family, I became one...

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Categories: mother, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Lullaby by Kaveesha Ruwindi
Lullaby and goodnight, sweet angels sing.
Beside the bedside light, above your cot,
In silvery voices, blessings they bring:
For my little babe, bad nightmares come not. 

Now...

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Categories: mother daughter, night,

Premium MemberBirth - For Olive and James Fraser by arthur vaso
Christmas bells ring
that time of year
even lonely
I feel good will and cheer

Festive lights around the house
at home this Christmas eve
should we not celebrate
Lovers past and...

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Categories: mother, angel, baby, beautiful, birth,

The love of my son by Lesa Donaghy
It's my promise that I'll never take back
I'll love you forever and always
To the moon and back
My heart beats for you only
You will never understand...

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Categories: mother, baby, blessing, children, family,

Premium MemberEvil Path by Heidi Sands
*I write this poem to vent and in case my estranged mother makes it to this site, as she has with my poetry books at...

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Categories: mother, abuse, america, anger, corruption,

For My Beloved Child by Jeanne Mae Paig
I promise
I got you forever
I promise
To be the one fighting
No matter what
No matter who
I promise
Even in the darkest times
You will always find light
I will never...

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Categories: baby, love, mother,

Premium MemberPure White Cream, On Mother Nature's Welcoming Ground by Robert Lindley
Pure White Cream, On Mother Nature's Welcoming Ground

Cream of winter's desserts, wide blankets- fallen snows,
balms for child sadness, beauty in splendor that shows.

Where resides better...

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Categories: mother, celebration, childhood, christmas, fun,

The Christmas Mule by DM Babbit
So many years had passed, he was the offspring of a horse and ass. 
Quickly discounted, the young mule was sold over and over again...

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Categories: animal, god, mother son,

Premium MemberNoodle-Making Mother by Caren Krutsinger

beef and
noodles
best cook
ever
called her ours and she was terrific
more wonderful mother hard to find

played games
taught church
humble
modeled
behaviors we could use all our lives
helped us be successful...

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Categories: mother, 10th grade, 11th grade,