Poems about Mom

Mother, mom, mamma, ma: there are so many ways of calling this wonderful woman in your life, the person who gave birth to you and raised you through your childhood. Search for the right words to tell your mom how much you love her in these wonderful poems, or share your own feelings and let us know how great your mother is. Click here to sign up and read more about Mom.

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aknier
aknier Gold Comma I need story prompts-send me some words!

I Held You

I held you your first minutes on this Earth

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kaylynn
kaylynn Silver Comma Awkward writer girl

Something Real

In mere seconds, I almost lost everything.

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weeklybrent
weeklybrent Gifted Writer // you should be loving someone //

// the addict's daughter //

// submission for deep confession contest //

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stevewaldrop
stevewaldrop Commaful Star We're all stories in the end...

What She Found in His Pockets: A Mother's Day tribute

I'm so fortunate that my mom is still living and healthy. She is the reason I am a teacher and a writer.

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kira
kira Gifted Writer Ig:@kira.the.wordsmith

Help

Mama, I can't fall asleep.....

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marius
marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

MOTHER

A Mother's Day poem. I am blessed with an amazing mom.

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kellydenairuich
kellydenairuich Silver Comma it's okay to feel everything so deeply❤️

A Parent's worry

A poem inspired by my children and today's prompt. And it also happens to be my youngest daughter's birthday ❤

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chelsealyons
chelsealyons Channeling sadness into passion

M.O.M.

Not everyone’s mother is loving.

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matthew
matthew Bronze Comma Aspire to inspire before we expire.

I'm A Long Way From Heaven

I love you.. ♥️

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navynohwal30
navynohwal30 Silver Comma a simple storyteller

Letter

a letter to my seven year old daughter, she doesn't know my disease will kill me. i wanna leave a part of me for her.

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