Short Stories featuring Motherhood

Here are the top short stories, fanfiction, poetry, and posts about Motherhood on Commaful, including topics like "sweet", "cute", and more. Click here to sign up for more stories about Motherhood.

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aknier
aknier Gold Comma I occasionally remember to write things

My Person

A story of love and loss

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maia333
maia333 Gifted Writer Poetry is my tonic, my vice, my voice.

Of Your Own

You kept me sick, for so very long, You kept me so sick, the only thing

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writeruniverse
writeruniverse Gifted Writer I am a professional Author and Artist.

To My Boys

A poem for the sons I will have one day.

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a_r_thomas
a_r_thomas Gifted Writer Yes, this is Rosie_Posie1's account ^_^

A Baby's First Kiss

The emotional account of a mother giving her newborn daughter her first kiss.

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hyacinth_
hyacinth_ Gifted Writer she/her

𝕤𝕙𝕖𝕖𝕡

A sad poem about motherhood for the daily prompt!

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isabellaindrani
isabellaindrani Bronze Comma Writer's block & brain freeze 😭

LOVE FROM, ME

From me, a mama and teacher ❤️

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usagi
usagi Silver Comma Socially awkward swamp witch.

Who am I (revisited)?

A short poem I wrote a while back while really struggling with the transition into motherhood. It's an amazing journey, but so very challenging at times.

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h_sultan_rahman
h_sultan_rahman Silver Comma Fan of Ranveer Singh,Deepika Padukone

MOTHERHOOD -is it a joke?

"MOTHERHOOD" is the responsible, beautiful, and hardest stage in every girl's life. "MOTHERHOOD" requires strong willpower.

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marsattaxx
marsattaxx I've been going through some shit..

I want home I want a breath of fresh air, something I can feel I want home, I want the scent of your...

Spawning from fears of both missing the opportunity to have the ideal circumstances to bring a child into the world and possible infertility. I very much hear my calling to motherhood and worry I may ...

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whitleynatalief
whitleynatalief underrated, but I am ok with that✌🏾

Story Telling Eyes By:Whitley Fleming

First poem I ever wrote, it was written to my daughter Ayanna. It’s a true story of our first encounter, from birthing her to seeing her for the first time. (Her head literally wouldn’t budge, they ...

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crimson
crimson Frequent Reader Community member

Motherhood

A word erased by society

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erenah
erenah Bronze Comma the consolation of verbosity

filial mythologies

an allegory; part of the Allegories Series.

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ashleymaelima
ashleymaelima young mom, green witch, english major.

Magic is Real

Magic is real. I've heard it

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invisiblemasque
invisiblemasque Bronze Comma Soulful poetry IG: @invisible_masques

Motherhood is

Repost of the a-z challenge set by @tokumei, since I somehow deleted the original.

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jockzu1
jockzu1 just because

Postpartum Blues

Postpartum Lullaby

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j_christine
j_christine Poet/Transformational Coach

Tired (All in vain)

A poem about motherhood.

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sarahchapa
sarahchapa Bronze Comma 27, Mother, wife, psychosis survivor 💕

He Pulls Me

Take me by the hand, my love.

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kristasiemion
kristasiemion Community member

Basking

A reflection on mothers and their sleeping newborns.

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anulika_
anulika_ A feministic journal

Entry one: Anuli ( ahn-you-lee) -Happiness

In the first entry of Tales from Anulika, a feministic journal, Anulika is faced with an unusual realization after the birth of her daughter.

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mailliardwrites
mailliardwrites Need to Get it OUT

Motherhood

Motherhood is hard. I hope this poem gives hope for those mothers out there like me who have teens and you think you'll never get through it. I for one hope for the day she looks at me and says, "Sorr...

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