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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 Mother's Fear by Julie Onoh
I drink in her fresh powdery scent
Scent peculiar only to a baby
Baby cuddles up to me with trust
Trust in eyes that stare back adoringly
Adoringly I...

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Categories: mother, africa, baby, child abuse,

Premium MemberVillanelle: Nothing Human Insect Bird Animal is not Woman by T Wignesan
Villanelle: Nothing human insect bird animal is not woman

Nothing human insect bird animal is not woman
E'en animals lock horns to deserve right to propagate
She's Man...

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Categories: abuse, earth, heaven, mother,



Premium MemberUgly government bodies by liam mcdaid
Provide terminations to everyone that has a choice 
some choose not to kill and stay involved 
in saving human life rather than devalue 

An unborn...

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Categories: mother, blessing, child, emotions, faith,

Premium MemberI Forgive You Mom, Forgive Me by Dear Heart
My mother died young, she was only sixty-nine,
we had a history that was not always wonderful;
she said and did things, and I said and did...

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Categories: death, mother daughter,

A mother's dilemma by Kevon Worrell
Life isn't what it always seem to be 
The hardship the commitment and the diversity
Can turn a boy into a man and a man into...

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Categories: mother, 12th grade, drug, for

Premium MemberThe Forgiveness Of A Child by Carol Connell
As a young mother I was having
a not so great day, and I still feel terrible
when I think of how I let my anger
get the...

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Categories: mother, anger, child, forgiveness, jesus,

Nugget of Gold by Emily Chisholm
A poem about my misscariage 

I dreamt of a pool with red water
I dove in
Swam to the empty floor
There was a drain
The pool became a...

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Categories: child, dream, mother,

Premium MemberA Little Girl Without A Doll by Maureen McGreavy


Torn party dress
Grass stained knees
Dirt under nails 
A bruise on her shin
Missing a front tooth grinning

"I traded my doll for a skateboard"

Smiling mum sighs "the...

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Categories: appreciation, child, mother daughter,

I will not choose for you, but I hope you choose well by BE Bailey
You are only just a baby girl 
Moms' forever happiest thing in this world.
But one day you will grow up too
And will probably meet a...

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Categories: love, mother daughter,

Premium MemberTo The Prodigal Child by Gabrielle Jordan
If I could deliver myself to you 

on a silver blanket

that is flouting on a lofty cloud 

with wine and cheese and all that you...

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Categories: child, love, mother, my

Premium MemberThe Dilettante Diaries: All Roads Lead Home by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
The Dilettante Diaries: "All Roads Lead Home"



All Roads Lead Home
Poems
Stories
Detours
Stepping Stones

All Roads Lead Home

(Lovejoy-Burton/October 2018)






"Where we love is home - home that our feet may...

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Categories: mother, daughter, freedom, journey, love,

Unsung Laborers Day Of Humanity by Eric Nelson Manley Shelman
Unsung Laborers Day of Humanity!

Hail to the unsung laborers who labor every day for a year, and at least up to eighteen more years!
Hail to...

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Categories: mother, appreciation, birth, celebration, child,

What Is A Mother by Ida Campbell
It takes a Mother's love
to make a house a home, 
a place to be remembered
no matter how far we roam.

It takes a Mother's patience
to bring...

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Categories: mother, appreciation, assonance, care, children,

Not To Be by Dedu Son
long haired blue eyed doll
in a shop window displayed
the child yearned for it

the mother noticed
her face showed melancholy
not enough money

the big doll stays put
she took...

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Categories: mother daughter, sad,

Cradle of Happiness by Ipshita Sengupta
A soft toy of flesh and blood
With a cute chubby face and two twinkling eyes
A tiny bundle of world’s greatest treasure
With pink rosy lips, wherein...

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Categories: baby, child, mother, woman,

Premium MemberPrecious Life by Angel Villanueva
Life, unseen, wends a lengthy hall;
It reaches home, behind a wall.
This home, designed to carry life,
Then wraps the gift in a soft shawl.

This gift, a...

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Categories: baby, child, life, mother,

A RARE GEM by tonye george
Perfection is not seen in man but your perfection 
Is beyond precious stones
Only the sun and the moon knows how far you climbed
To get Me...

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Categories: mother, birth, blessing, child, mom,

Premium MemberIt's Your Upper Lip by Mark Toney
When I was just a lad
When smelling something bad
I'd go right to my mother
"Mom, I hate to be a bother...
But tell me please what is...

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Categories: mother, child, fun, giggle, humorous,

SWEET MOTHER by IFEANYI OBINEFO
A lot of mothers clothe their children with silver and gold,
So that the shine like the orange sun rays,
And glow like the silver of the...

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Categories: mother, 12th grade, africa, age,

Premium MemberYou Will Always Be a Baby to Me by Sunlite Wanter
How can I tell you, my sweet pretty child,
To have known your very first newborn smile,
Your ups, your downs, your friends, your laughs, your frowns,
How...

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Categories: mother, desire, i love you,