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Wedding Mother Daughter Poems

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


Children who became Christ
Why let children believe in miracles
Even though we are not faithful?
Let children turn pinot to grape juice
As Jesus did at a wedding feast
Let your child...

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Categories: mother daughter, child, christian, christmas, death,



Mom, did you cry on your wedding night?
Althroughout childhood, you would  talk about your love story 
 how when you’re older 
“you just know! you just know!” 
but when I told...

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Categories: mother daughter, anger, confusion, cry, deep,

Premium Member Rain Untimed

There was a lady in her late thirties

She loved juicy gossip and kitty parties

Kids were two, an older boy and a younger girl

Naughty devils but...

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© MB Farookh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother daughter, angst, beauty, children, confusion,

Premium Member She Found Her Mothers Box
the day before her wedding
Pandora found her mother’s loony box
there were journals about her bi-polar condition
and her suicide plans.
We were glad she kept it silently...

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Categories: daughter, mother daughter,

Premium Member The Wedding
"Mamma?"

"Yes, Charlotte?"

"Will you arrange for the church?"

"Charlotte, you come to tell us you're getting married
   with the wedding only two months away!
 ...

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Categories: mother daughter, wedding,



Premium Member Until the Twelfth of Never
*Image of Mother and Child by Pixabay.
AUDIO: The Twelfth of Never, sung by Johnny Mathis (1956)
until the twelfth of never

a stranger shares confidences~~wedding day words...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother daughter, celebration, encouraging, love, marriage,

Premium Member Dark-Thirty
Dark -thirty

I don't know what time it is. 
I know work ended, 
at least the place I get paid, 
to do the things they need...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother daughter, age, courage, history, meaningful,

Premium Member For Love Or Money
For love or money
  Mara told her mummy
I'll sell my soul 
  for purest gold

Her mummy shivered
  What have I raised
Mum well...

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Categories: money, mother daughter, wedding,

My Little Bride
Forever I had groomed her for this day,
I felt as thought my heart would burst with pride,
Her dad stood there to give our girl away,
As...

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Categories: mother daughter, beauty, child, daughter, feelings,

Premium Member Walking My Daughter Down the Aisle

Walking My Daughter Down the Aisle

Wedding Day, Lake Tahoe, 2001

Walking my daughter down the aisle,
Oh how very painful that was for me.
For in all her...

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Categories: memory, mother daughter, wedding,

Premium Member My Best
My Best 
"She is a flower..."

Pink roses, 
not the big ones, 
not the small ones, 
not the buds or full blooms. 
No. 
Not one of...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother daughter, celebration, friendship, miracle, mother

Premium Member The Sitter
The Sitter

They rushed me in. 
I had no time to prepare. 
Talk they said. 
Entertain. 
We will not be... long, 
it was a song.

Fear.
My first...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother daughter, child, childhood, chocolate, daughter,

Premium Member Home To Rest
Home to Rest
(She said, "I love my room." 
The very happy feeling of being home.)

Today, 
my daughter came home. 
She was not crying this time,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother daughter, allah, angel, appreciation, daughter,

Premium Member After Glow
After Glow

The pumpkin pie is steaming in the oven, 
just exactly right for the evening dessert. 
A sweet remembrance of all things...
that have happened since...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mother daughter, angel, atheist, bereavement, forgiveness,

Remember Remember Mum
Remember remember Mum when we were small.
Holding hands as we learnt to walk,
Teaching us how to talk.
On the swing you'd push us high
Till our feet...

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Categories: mother daughter, age, birthday, daughter, happy


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