Thank You Poems

Thank You Poems

Appreciation Poems

Saying thank you can be a difficult thing to do. Doing so means admitting that you are in another's debt. I am admitting that another individual did something for me. I am not all powerful, I need the help of others to survive. The reality is that the human race is interdependent. We cannot live life alone. We are constantly relying on each other for all kinds of resources, both physical and emotional. When I say thank you I am acknowledging that I have received something from another human being.

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Thank You Poems for Parents and Family

Thank You Poetry 1-10 of 30

Thanks For Being My Dad Poem
  • by Jazmyn M. Winder
  • Published: Feb 2006
Daddy's Girl

I sit here and daydream of
my future and how it seems
I can picture my wedding day
my daddy walking me down the aisle…

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  • Stories 11
  • Emailed 93
  • Votes 605
  • Rating: 4.48
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I loved my dad more than anything. He was always there for me and my children. He just adored them, …

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Thank You Poem To Parents
The Greatest Parents On Earth

I will never take for granted
how greatly I've been blessed;
For when it comes to parents,
Mom and Dad, you are the best!.…

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  • Stories 1
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  • Votes 47
  • Rating: 4.43
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We all have parents and we should always respect and treasure them for as long as they lived, for …

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A Single Mother
  • by Kayla
  • Published: Feb 2012
A Special Lady

She's a woman of integrity.
She has about 3 jobs.
Four, if you include taking care of her kids.
It took a lot of effort to do what she did.…

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  • Stories 0
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  • Votes 46
  • Rating: 4.41
Poem Thanking Mom
  • by Elizabeth A. Robinson
  • Published: Feb 2006
You Are My Heart And Soul

Thank you...
For standing by me through thick and thin
For not giving up on me when I didn't win
For your patience when I kept pushing you away…

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  • Stories 11
  • Emailed 342
  • Votes 914
  • Rating: 4.39
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This poem made me realize how special our parents are , how committed they are to us. I always …

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  • by Crystal L. Feasel
  • Published: Feb 2006
Papaw

You've done so many things for me
So much that maybe you can't see
You made me laugh and you've made me cry
But never once have you said goodbye…

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  • Votes 57
  • Rating: 4.35
Thank You Family Poems
  • by Anisha R. Patel
  • Published: Feb 2006
That's What Family Is All About

When you've got a family like mine,
You surely would not mind
They would cheer you on at any game,
All the way until you walk through the hall of fame.…

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  • Votes 188
  • Rating: 4.32
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I learned that family is going to be there for you no matter what happens. and that you can't live …

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Family Relationship Poem
  • by Billie Jo Ferrin
  • Published: Mar 2011
My Angels

Just when I think the world has me beat
My two angels help me to my feet

They are always there whenever I call…

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  • Votes 31
  • Rating: 4.32
Wondering Where I Would Be Without Mom Poem
  • by Casey Q. Thueson
  • Published: Feb 2006
Thanks Mom

Without you, Mom where would I be?
Through hard times you were there for me.
A heavenly look always in your eyes.
And with your love you strengthened seven children's lives.…

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  • Stories 3
  • Emailed 53
  • Votes 236
  • Rating: 4.28
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This poem means so much to me because its so true. Mom was my world. It has been so hard on me. …

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Big Sis
  • by Meghan N. Faber
  • Published: Feb 2006
My Thank You

You've always been there,
making sure I was o.k.
The one that helped me be,
the kind of person I am today.…

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  • Stories 1
  • Emailed 42
  • Votes 121
  • Rating: 4.28
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My baby sister , Ann Marie , unfortunately died at a very tender age , leaving her two young sons …

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