Mother Daughter Poems

Mother Daughter Poems

Mother and daughter relationships are complex because the daughter looks to her mother as a role model of what a woman is. As she grows up and sees other woman who live their lives differently, she chooses between imitating her mother or other significant influences in her life. As an adolescent she may come to look down on her mother and think that other woman are much better. Of course she is not a fully grown woman so she does not understand the challenges and choices that her mother faces. It is only when she herself becomes a woman that she can fully appreciate her mother.

Poems about Mothers and Daughters

Mother Daughter Poetry 1-10 of 53

  • by Deanne Finewood
  • Published: 5/7/2008
Mommy Dearest

Mommy Dearest you will always be
My mother so loving and so loved by me
For God has taken you to be by his side
Now in Heaven is where you will reside

You have blessed my life in so …

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I love this poem, I was looking for a poem to place on my Facebook page in remembrance of my Mom on mother's day and what would have been her upcoming birthday

  • by Lauren M. Duncan
  • Published: 2/15/2006
Mommy Don't Go

Fields of love,
rain drops of joy.
You hear friends saying,
you're mommys little boy.
Mommy can you play,
mommy will you stay.
Walk a little straighter mommy,
because you're …

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  • Rating: 4.54
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I'm really touched by this poem. Can't stop the flow of tears in my eyes. But situation is different here... It's me and my sick wife (a mother of my 2 children) I'm 35 and she's 50.. I love her …

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  • by Sherri Lawrence
  • Published: 2/15/2006
Precious Gift

When times seem too hard to bear and I feel like giving up
I vision your beautiful face, the twinkle of your eyes and things of such
The bond we created from my womb to the day you were …

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I was told by a Doctor at an Army Base that I couldn't have a baby. I prayed and ask God to help me. I would dedicate her back to Him...just give me a baby to raise. A few months later I found out I …

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  • by Peggy Liimatta
  • Published: 4/23/2008
Poem From Mom Who Wants Her Daughter's Love, Love At Last

I remember the good times,
that we once had...
but still my life,
is oh...so sad

I try to look forward,
but my mind goes back...
because a piece of the glass,
on our portrait …

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My daughter and I grew apart when she was young. We hardly spoke and she always had a chip on her shoulder. When she turned 18, she told me she was going to Canada and needed a special auto insurance …

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The Gift

I received a gift on that faithful day
Of which I know I could never repay,
Just as God came down to say
He just gave one of his Angels away.

Little did I know, the test this would …

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  • Rating: 4.51
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I am too a pampered daughter and I loved reading your poem, it touched my heart. Thanks for sharing

  • by Stacy Lynn Stiles
  • Published: 7/7/2011
Tidal Wave Of Emotions

A tidal wave of emotions,
have sent my soul out to sea.
Crashing currents submersing,
what once was you and me.

Drifting afar distantly,
a glimpse of precious time.
While I …

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  • Rating: 4.49
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My daughter is 17. She is my everything.She will be gone soon and she is so excited. I feel so alone I miss her already. This poem will help me to let her know how much she means to me.I know you …

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Poem From Mother About Daughters Depression, The Ruse

She's beauty, style, poise and grace,
At least she appears to be.
But no one knows the girl who hides
Behind the face they see.

Her self-esteem is all but gone,
Of her ego there's …

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I myself have a daughter that is now going to be 26 in a little over a month. She doesn't leave the house at all, she comes to my house and to her Dr's appointments but not by choice. They talked her …

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  • by Amanda D. Lindley
  • Published: 2/15/2006
Mother And Daughter

A beautiful cry as I fade away
I open my eyes to see her face
The miracle of a new life
Through all the pain and strife
Heaven's angel here to take my place
To run the race of this …

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The last time I saw my dear Mum before she died was waving from her hospital bed with tears falling down her face. It is so poignant to me this poem /thank you xxxxx

  • by Arnot McCallum
  • Published: 8/29/2007
Mommy Do You Love Me?

Mommy, do you love me?
Of course I do dear!
Let's snuggle a minute,
Come sit,
Over here.

I prayed every bedtime,
For a little girl like you,
And when I saw your funny …

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Yesterday afternoon as I waited for my husband at Sam's club in Cocoa, FI I was joined a gentleman waiting for his spouse, as we enjoyed our conversation he quoted to me this lovely poem. Today I …

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  • by Theresa R. Barnes
  • Published: 2/15/2006
Dear Mom From Daughter Poem, Dear Mother

I can never explain the ways I've felt
Growing up without you, playing the cards I was dealt.
There were always many things I wanted to say
My dreams and new thoughts that came each day
I …

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This poem was reminiscent of my current relationship with my oldest daughter. We are detached at present and the communication is certainly off kilter. Perhaps if she read this poem she would …

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