Family Poem about Love

I Love You Mother Poem

The love for her mother she feels in her heart but is afraid to tell her

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I love my mum! Appreciate your parents.

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© Shameka Martin

Published: Feb 2006

My Mother

I love so much my mother,
She's always in my heart.
Even though we argue,
We'll never be apart.

She can tell when I have problems.
She knows when I am down.
She's always there to cheer me up,
and take away my frowns.

At times when I get mad at her
it's hard to stay that way.
Only because she makes me laugh
every passing day.

I love my mother with all my heart,
but this she does not know.
Sometimes I want to tell her,
but I'm afraid to let it show.

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  • by Unako Biata Durban
  • 4/27/2014

I love my mum! Appreciate your parents.

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  • by Ayesha Mahaboob
  • 4/18/2014

This poem has touched be soooo much and I am going to say this poem to mother on her birthday and make her happy. And I read this story because my English teacher has said my class to say speaking skills on the topic "Mother's love". So I am going to say this poem on the speaking skills test.
My mother will be so happy on her birthday when I will say this poem to her !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • by Supradeepa
  • 4/8/2014

I love my mom, you are the best!!! Sorry mom for not understanding you, but I promise I will never commit the same mistake ever again!!!

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  • by Diane, Los Angeles
  • 3/13/2014

My mother was not particularly affectionate because that's how she was raised. I craved affection but she showed her love by her deeds. I didn't recognize this until after she died two years ago. Now I cry and want to kick myself for not being more accepting and appreciative of the love she showed me in her own way. I realize now that I always knew in my soul that she loved me but I should have recognized it while she was alive. I should have shown more love to her and perhaps she would have opened up more. My point is...tell you mother you love her, show her, hug her. You will never regret it and your mother will treasure it.

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  • by Jessica Kelsey.
  • 3/4/2014

To my mummy Hayley Kelsey this is a poem just to say, I love you more each day. You always make me laugh and smile, you never have a small file. You always like to have a play, you are funny every day. I love you mummy and I will never stop, you like to have a little hop.
This is a poem all about you from your daughter Jessica!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • by Heather Inverness
  • 12/30/2013

I loved this poem cause my mum just lost her boyfriend cause of cancer, and she's really upset so to just make sure that I'm here for her I read it. Xxx

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  • by Wendy MgCineni
  • Jul 2013

I Love You my Mother, I thank God for giving such a caring, kind, interesting mother. My mother she is always there for me in time of need she is with me, she never gives up on me.......she is a great inspiring woman, if wasn't for her and God I wouldn't survive in this earth. I Love you Mom.

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  • by Kitty
  • Apr 2013

I have the same kind of relationship with my mom. Her and I are like that we don't show feelings like that we just hope each other knows.

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  • by Salve, Sangita Baburao
  • Mar 2012

We all have moms. We all can recognize where you are coming from. But being a mom of grown sons, I would love to have any words, period. Time passes quickly. My own mother contracted Alzheimer's Disease at age 60 and we lost all the time I had waited for...when we could be grown-up friends. There were words I could never take back. There was understanding that would never happen. She no longer knew me and conversation had long become impossible. Write and read your words to her. Just move toward her. She can't wait to move to you. Go for it!

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  • by TGracie
  • Sep 2009

We all have moms. We all can recognize where you are coming from. But being a mom of grown sons, I would love to have any words, period. Time passes quickly. My own mother contracted Alzheimer's Disease at age 60 and we lost all the time I had waited for...when we could be grown-up friends. There were words I could never take back. There was understanding that would never happen. She no longer knew me and conversation had long become impossible. Write and read your words to her. Just move toward her. She can't wait to move to you. Go for it!

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  • by aurora
  • Apr 2009

Well the reason this poem touched me was because I used to always make my mom mad and because of that she is now in the hospital and just got surgery yesterday...when I was a baby I was premature and my mom used to always be in the streets looking for somewhere to live because she had my sister when she was 16 and me when she was 18..her parents gave her up so now she does not know who her parents are. or where they are at..my mom used to always tell me things the easy way which was by talking to me but I guess god punished me and made me understand the hard way and that was by me having to watch my mom suffer right before my eyes. I have a big attitude, BIG anger problem and I always talk back and this experience is going to change my life I'm going to be somebody better and am going to actually SHOW my mom that I love her. and it touched me for the most part because I never told or even wrote my mom the words "I LOVE YOU" because was scared but now I tell her all the time :( :)

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