Mother Son Poems

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


Son of Seoul by Gwen Banta
SON OF SEOUL


		Child presses sweet head to her,
		While mother holds fast to him
		Man busses forehead, soft lips tight
		‘Gainst acorn-colored skin.
		
		From ashes G.I. soldiers rose
		To souls...

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Categories: children, heartbroken, loneliness, mother,

FIRST TIME SAW MY BABY'S FACE by barbara barry-nishanian
FIRST TIME EVER, I SAW SON’S FACE

From very moment he was born 
into world, with piercing cry came.
Don’t ask how when I heard him
knew life...

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Categories: birth, mother son,



WHEN YOUR ONLY CHILD LEAVES HOME by barbara barry-nishanian
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WHEN YOUR ONLY CHILD LEAVES HOME

When your only child leaves home
day your life’s, forever changed.
Feel as if your entire world
forever… been rearranged.

Only God could understand
emotions...

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Categories: child, mother daughter, mother

He's a Phenomenal Son by barbara barry-nishanian
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Categories: love, mother son,

Scottish Limericks by Rico Leffanta
A Scotsman whose mum called him, "Mary"
Was sent to a doctor in Derry
Before his eyes
He was circumcised
(Its a wrong way to tip her fairy)!

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Categories: mother, culture, gender, health, identity,

Premium MemberThat Is Your Job by Caren Krutsinger
That is your job, the mama tells us at school.
We feed her child breakfast, lunch, and an after school snack free of charge.
We give her...

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Categories: children, mother, mother daughter,

At The First sight by Arif Md
The very first day I saw the light.
It was her face, glowing in delight.
She embraced me in ecstasy. 
She was my soulmate of infancy.
She was...

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Categories: baby, light, mom, mother,

PEACE by Jimmi Canada
Fleet me as I'm needed

Guarentee's are as greedy as I have seen them

I'm always plenty

I'm never on-time to my disease

Who am I then in a...

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Categories: mother, birthday, body, celebration, color,

Premium MemberWatch by Caren Krutsinger
Watch what you do.
Children are watching.

Watch what you say.
They hear you.

Watch your stance.
Children are hypervigilant.

Watch your face.
They pick up on every little wisp of emotion.

Watch...

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Categories: mother daughter, mother son,

GHOST OF EMMITT TILL SPEAKS by Jack Peachum
My name is Emmitt Till—and, no, I will not go away—I will not!
It was long ago and far away— but not so far that we...

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Categories: mother, anger, black african american,

Premium MemberShe was A Giant Terrific Mom by Caren Krutsinger
Was a giant terrific Mom
Had talents and habits galore
A natural mom to her core

The head of the family kingdom
Who took wise care of those she...

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Categories: mother, mother daughter, mother

From a Son's Heart by DeOndra Chambers
,From A Sons' Heart,
From a Son's heart, may God bless you.
Because he blessed me with a Mom like you.
And no matter what I've put you...

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Categories: black african american, mother,

Days Of Innocence by Martins Deep
We danced in the rain
fleeing under our zincked roof only when the thunder roared
like we stepped on its  tail
as the soles of our feet...

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Categories: mother, childhood, life, love, memory,

I CAN'T by Roughneck Tsepo Malaza
Her body lay still in there
I want to touch her but am scared
I want to talk to her but she can't talk
I can't go on...

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Categories: mother, addiction, africa, childhood, death,

Premium MemberYOU'RE MY WORLD by JAN ALLISON
You’re my world
You’re everything to me
Motherhood
It’s been a joy you see

Ever since you were born
I’ve been so proud
I can’t help
telling the world out loud

When you...

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Categories: mother, how i feel, i

A Mother's Son by Jasmine Koria
Some mother
Under a dark blue spring night sky
looks out her simple window,
past the old curtains which she’s had since the kids came along...

She’s washed all...

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Categories: boy, family, mother son,

Premium MemberFor Financial Aid by Jacqueline R. Mendoza
[Mother] Mary, our Mother
Wwe know that you are our Perpetual Help
Not only in our spiritual need but in our material need as well
With humble hearts...

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Categories: mother, christian, devotion, faith, god,

The Night Train Home by Sitabz Garg
The Night Train Home
Somewhere in the country your mother 
is waiting for you with a heating kettle, 
warm water for your feet 
from your winter...

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Categories: absence, child, home, mother

Premium MemberHer Assumption by Jacqueline R. Mendoza
The Immaculate Virgin
Preserved free from all stain of original sin
The course of her earthly life is finished
Was taken up body and soul to heavenly glory

Exalted...

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Categories: mother, christian, faith, god, mom,

Premium MemberYosoji Ichi by Mark Toney
forty-one today
still the summer of your life. . .
our happy hearts proud






Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved.
Published 2018 in "Haiku, Senryu &...

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Categories: mother, age, father son, happy,