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Daughter Mother Poems

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


Premium MemberDear Mum by Vera Duggan
I would like to give you something
To make your life complete
I would like to give you sunshine
To place beneath your feet
If I could sing a...

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Categories: age, friend, mother daughter,

Mother Nature's Son by Luke Goodman
A brother and sister sat at play
Within their bedrooms on a summers day.
Agur, the boy lined up his men
Whilst Constance dressed her dolls the same....

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Categories: mother, environment, god,



Premium MemberDesert Daughter by Heidi Sands
Desert Daughter

She had a daughter in the desert:

A daughter who lived near the mountains and palms
She loved to take beautiful photos of flowers and birds
Hike...

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Categories: death, mother, sad, sister,

Broken Mother by Kaitlyn Cole
Broken promises and sad goodbyes,
You left me standing there with tears in the well of my eyes.
In the blink of an eye you turned your...

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Categories: mother, addiction, childhood, drug, hurt,

The Corner Store by Kaitlyn Krenik
Mommy, can we go to the corner store?
I’ve saved my allowance for two weeks.
I must have a hundred bucks, maybe more!
I want chocolates to fill...

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Categories: mother, death, grief, loss, mom,

Keeping Alive by BECKY K MARTINSON
Keeping Alive

Rock music plays
On the radio
Listen with tears
As I drive the road
Remember her ways
How she danced
Oh, if but I
One more chance

The boots I wear
Truck I...

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Categories: mother, christian, death, eulogy, grief,

Premium MemberHe Created Me For a Reason by Valerie Staton
God Created Me For A Reason
By Valerie D. Staton


My mother did not initially want me
Tried to spontaneously abort me
But the God who sits on high...

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Categories: mother, boyfriend, creation, father, god,

When He gave me you by BE Bailey
Here you are my little girl
After a busy day of fun
All curled up and peaceful
Lying next to mom

I watch your tiny fingers 
Your tiny little...

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Categories: mother daughter,

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 MemberAudra Cady to Daughter: A Spoon River Poem by Janice Canerdy

	     		
		I didn't always adhere to the warnings of the experts
		who declared nothing beyond time-outs should be used
		to correct a child’s...

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Categories: daughter, love, mother,

Super Hero by Sunshine Shine
My super hero is not big nor tall
My super hero can not climb a wall
My super hero does not wear a cape
My super hero even...

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Categories: mother, appreciation, beautiful, best friend,

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 MemberBRAIN INJURY by JAN ALLISON
She lay on the hospital bed
like a grotesque monster
barely recognisable ...
head swollen
face battered with vivid bruising
hair matted with crusty coagulated blood
the scans revealed 
two bleeds...

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Categories: mother, health, inspirational love, memory,

Torn Sojourn by Subimal Sinha-Roy

TORN SOJOURN

The day was so sunny,
with my red nose runny
I went alone running out,
I didn’t have any doubt
before I could go very far
mother would be...

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Categories: mother, childhood, for teens, freedom,

Like mother like daughter by Taylor Holiday
Why did I not want to grow up to be her? 

She who formed my world. 
She whose body housed me,
and whose arms raised me.

How...

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Categories: mother, culture, family, history, identity,

My Mama and My Hair by Taylor Holiday
One comb,
One brush,
Some spray to tame the frizz,
Two handfuls of gel
to secure the final product.

First, she brushed.
Then she combed,
so the curls could find their way...

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Categories: daughter, grandmother, hair, mom,

Premium MemberBecause I Could Not Make Up My Mind by Caren Krutsinger
What is the point? Asked Mrs. Snooty.
The point is I could not make up my mind when we
were building, so I said put all three...

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Categories: mother daughter,

Premium MemberWhen Your Baby Leaves Home by Caren Krutsinger
When your baby leaves home you are either overjoyed or sad.
I was overjoyed, until I could not reach her on her phone for days,
and then...

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

Moon's Emissary by John Blake
You are the Moon’s emissary:
In mood and shades of dark and light,
you share your purpose with your will
equally, mixed in the same bowl
and pour that...

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Categories: beauty, change, daughter, mother,

Defining Grief by evelyn augusto
Defining Grief 

the day my 
mother died
i was awake all
night
searching 
for a way back
into her womb

but she had
closed
her legs to me
wrote 
no vacancy 
across her...

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Categories: absence, betrayal, death, mother