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.


Premium MemberMUDE by Kim Rodrigues
MUDE

What is the mood of mother,
when her rad son calls her dude?

Dear son, that is “Mude” to you.
Be respectful of your mother dude.

5/23/2018...

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Categories: mother son,

An Irresistible Charm by Andrew Crisci
Children possess an irresistible charm,
any sad look they can quickly disarm...
when their adorable smile lights up
and asking for a hug, they stand up!  ...

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Categories: mother, children, confidence, innocence, love,



THE LAST VOICE by Lynward McKee
They closed my mother's casket
to be buried next to Dad today.

The crowd  that came to honor her
began to walk away.

Nothing left but tiny breeze...

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Categories: mother, allusion, analogy, confusion, death,

Premium MemberOscar-ku 21 - Hamlet by Mark Toney
murder and madness
first non-Hollywood winner-
Oedipal complex






Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in "Hollywood Haiku" via wattpad.com...

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Categories: film, literature, mother son,

Raw Reality by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
Waking again to the Raw Reality that your gone.
I tell myself every moment you will call but you don't.
I wait daily to hear your voice...

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Categories: childhood, death, loss, mother

God needed by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
God needed another angel,
so he took you.
So be good, mind your manners.
Be kind and respectable.

Always say please and thank-you.
Let the little ones go first and...

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Categories: mother, angel, childhood, death, i

My Boy by Angela Carpenito
You are the love of my life.
The sweetest little pea.
Where would I be without you?
I just wouldn’t be me!

You brighten every moment,
Of every single day.
I...

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Categories: mother, best friend, child, feelings,

Missing you by Angela Carpenito
I can’t believe how life turned out.
I never thought that this would be.
I never pictured life without you.
It’s your face I want to see.

It’s your...

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Categories: mother, anger, heartbroken, heaven, lost,

Premium MemberTreasured Heritage by Carol Connell
You precious and wonderful children of mine,
I thank God for you each day.
Upon your lives I see His touch divine,
and I trust He is leading...

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Categories: mother, children, daughter, how i

Premium MemberFourteen Years Ago by Karl Lorson sr

fourteen years ago
I suffered
a crushing and deep
heartache

i lost my one
truest love
this love of my life
who nourished me
unconditionaly
through my life

this beautiful woman
is my mother
with whom I...

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Categories: mother, heartbreak, love, miss you,

Premium MemberMother by Caren Krutsinger
M	Mamas, Mommies and Moms

O	Often otherworldly, and ordinary

T	Turn to each other for guidance

H	Help the neighbors learn new ways of doing things

E	Enthusiastic about their children and friends

R	Raise...

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Categories: for her, joy, mother,

I wont be my mother or family by robin davis
I no longer want to do this
I am breaking a big promise
That was made by a scared kid
I wouldn't do what others did
With the neglect...

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Categories: mother, childhood, daughter, happy, love,

My nephew, my angel by shruti prabhu
Gazing into your angelic eyes
All around, echo your cries
With tiny feet, tiny palms
I cradle you, in my arms
From sunset until sunrise. 

Your pretty smile, I...

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Categories: baby, birth, joy, mother

Premium MemberEssence of Soft Shadows by Kevin Shaw
The Essence of Soft Shadows

Led to this place with resistance,
Yet my opposition was weak without struggle.
A house upon the Hill
Always in sight and yet never...

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Categories: baby, mother son, sad

Premium MemberSWIPED HER HEART by Line Gauthier


She was blessed with one baby
Truly best part of her life
Shared custody with her ex

Simply took her breath away
He was growing up so fast
Little darling...

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Categories: mother, angel, death, father, heartbroken,

What my parents mean to me by Faraz Ajmal
My father, he s not only my father
But my role model and my best friend
We sit together, we go and do everything together
Whether it s...

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Categories: father, mother, parents,

Her Soothing Melody by Ferdie Doyon


Sweet whispers caress the night
as a gentle voice soothes the wind,
like calm words spoken by Mother
after a nightmare;
battling fear with bravery,
hushing nature's storm
with a simple...

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Categories: caregiving, mother son,

Her Soothing Melody by Ferdie Doyon


Sweet whispers caress the night
as a gentle voice soothes the wind,
like calm words spoken by Mother
after a nightmare;
battling fear with bravery,
hushing nature's storm
with a simple...

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Categories: caregiving, mother son,

I Love You Mom by Rajneesh Yadav
When I opened my eyes you were the first 
Whose  face came into my sight
Still remember comfort of your lap
Where I loved the most...

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Categories: care, emotions, mom, mother,

Premium Member365 RED ROSES by Alexis Y.
She woke up so tired from
the day before.
And she saw 365 red roses 
on her dresser.
Next she noticed a lovely
breakfast that consisted of
three buttermilk pancakes,
scrambled...

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Categories: mother, mothers day, son,