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Son Mother 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.


Premium Member IF IT WEREN'T FOR YOU, MOM
Mamma, what a lovely angel you are
Before I came into this world you carried
Me for nine gruelling months,
Morning sickness and throw-ups
Is what I gave when...

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© MB Farookh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother, appreciation, courage, emotions, i



Mother
When love begins to sour
It begins the countdown to the final hour

Tried and true
You are now broken and blue

Desperate and trying
You believe you are dying

Eyes...

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Categories: courage, deep, emotions, mother

Show Me The Way
Someone had to show me the way,
though much of the time I just followed mine
so you watched from the distance, I know.
But it’s clear to...

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Categories: mother, mother daughter, mother

Premium Member The Jacobite Rose Scottish
                 The Jacobite Rose 

Falling , the conscience of...

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Categories: mother, death, pain, truth, war,

Premium Member Oh mother
Oh mother.
You can’t be wrong?
Your word commands the power of God.

Oh mother.
The fool you made!
The child who sat alone in self made dungeons and caves.

Oh...

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Categories: mother, absence, abuse, betrayal, conflict,



Premium Member Building Tension
"It's like an Agatha Christie mystery where the tail is the head," ... by Poet.

Since when do shadows privy forward,
wealth measured lead imbue the Sun's...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother, allusion, analogy, conflict, friend,

Premium Member Narrow Margin
First printouts show Number One's, ahead,
a feigned smile fades to a small office,
two arms outstretched hold a desk instead,
one ponders deeply surprising spread,
one knew the...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother, allusion, analogy, anxiety, betrayal,

Premium Member You Never Cared For Me
You Never Cared For Me 

You never cared for me 
I was not your son ,
We did not embrace 
Each or either one .
Your religion...

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Categories: mother, care, ireland, loneliness, lost

Premium Member Pearl of the Orient
This would be just prior to circa 2000. I'm guessing it's closer to the 80s, but my memory fails, The Philippines was one of three...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother, allusion, analogy, appreciation, beautiful,

Masterpiece
God made the Earth
the scriptures tell,
as day by day
and just as well.

For although he
might well have made
all his creations
in a day

A purpose there
most surely was,
in...

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Categories: beautiful, child, children, mother,

CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS 2
CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS 2

Catullus CI: 'His Brother's Burial'
translation by Michael R. Burch

1.
Through many lands and over many seas
I have journeyed, brother, to these wretched rites,
to this...

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Categories: mother, brother, death, death of

Premium Member FIREFLY MEMORIES
There was a light rain falling as I walked this morning…the weather was cool and calm
when I remembered a night just like this…years ago…in our...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother, memory,

lonley child
I say, mama, I'm so sorry
I got ice burn where my heart at
On the road where I had it hard at
How I'm chosen? I'm so...

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© keke davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother, motivation,

Premium Member the empty teacup
son streams yesterdays
lady of those years keeps nigh~
clinking fetch astir

son owns two faint eyes
lady kept years eyes her son~
silver teaspoon rests

son eyes lady's room
stopped ~...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother, allusion, analogy, appreciation, drink,

Premium Member Precipice

Please step away from the cliff edge 
Really, we need to talk, come sit by me
Eric, we‘ve been through difficult times, but
Can’t you see, jumping...

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Categories: dark, death, mother son,