Mother's Day Poems From Children

Published: May 2019

Poems For Mother's Day From Kids

15 Poems For Mother's Day From Kids

The bond a mother shares with her child is unlike any other relationship. In many cases, a mother is the one to provide the majority of the early care to her children. In the younger years, she is the one with them more than any other person, creating an irreplaceable bond. These touching Mother's Day Poems are perfect for young children to share with their mothers on Mother's Day to say thank you for all she does.

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    A child expresses her love to her mother and regrets that she doesn't share it enough.

    Mommy

    • By Gail M. Russellburg
    • Published: February 2006
    I Love You Mommy Poem

    in Mother Daughter Poems

    Mommy, I love you
    More than you see.
    You have always been there
    When I needed you to be.

    I know I don't show
    How great my love is,
    But I need you to know
    All the love of you I have to give.

    I wish there was more
    For you I could do,
    But all I can say
    Is how much I love you.

    It is deeper than the oceans,
    Higher than the sun.
    I could shout it forever
    And still not be done.

    Your smile is a keepsake.
    I keep close to my heart
    That I open up and treasure
    When we are apart.

    I Love You Mommy Poem, Mommy

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    If it wasn't for my mom I never would have made it in my life. I have always been a daddy's girl and wrote this to let my mom know how I really appreciate and love her even if it seemed I didn't.

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    I just wanted a poem from my heart to hers about how much I am grateful for everything she does for me. I hope you enjoy this poem because no matter what, mums are great to have! Enjoy!

    I Love You, Mum

    • By Jessica Ashton
    • Published: May 2009

    in Mother's Day Poems

    The way I feel, I can't explain
    The gratitude inside
    For all the days and all the nights
    You spent right by my side.

    For every hug and every kiss
    To send me on my way,
    For always putting me to bed
    To prepare me for another day.

    For loving me through the hurt
    And pain that's come my way.
    For holding on to me so tight
    That I can barely breathe.

    For never letting go
    Of the hope you hold for my life.
    For keeping it so close to you heart
    All this time.

    For yelling at me when I'm out of place,
    For telling me the truth,
    For forgiving me for what I say
    'Cause I know it hurts.

    So now I say what I feel
    At this time and day
    That Mum, I LOVE YOU all the time,
    So Happy Mother's Day.

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    Every day of my life, even when I have cried, you have always been standing there with your arms open wide. You say you are perfect to me no matter what they say, even though today's been bad...

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    I wrote this poem on behalf of my 2-month-old son for my wife on Mother's Day. My wife is Irish (hence the name Eóin) and has done such a wonderful job of being a first-time Mummy that she deserves every bit of thanks and praise. I just know that if my baby could formulate some sentences, that's exactly what he'd write.

    To My Mummy

    • By Nick
    • Published: May 2011
    For My Wife From Our Baby On Mother's Day

    in Mother's Day Poems

    To my Mummy,

    From the moment we met
    And you held me so tight,
    I knew I was safe
    As you kissed me goodnight.

    I woke up so often
    And stumbled with feeds.
    You never gave up on me,
    Met all my needs.

    Now that I'm almost
    A three-month0old boy,
    I want you to know that
    You're my greatest joy.

    They say that we look alike,
    Same eyes and nose,
    Better than looking
    Like Dad, I suppose.

    I love when we cuddle.
    I love when we play.
    I love that you sing to me
    Every day.

    Whenever I cry or
    I poop or I pee,
    Thank you for taking
    Such good care of me.

    Thank you for loving me,
    No matter what.
    Everything you do
    To me means a lot.

    Next time you hear me say,
    "Ga ga goo goo,"
    What I'm really saying is,
    "Mummy, I love you."

    Happy Mother's Day

    Love,

    Eóin xx

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    Wow. That poem is so sweet and really touched my heart. Thank you to the writer of this poem! I will read it again and again and again.

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    My name is Bindiya. I'm 16, going on 17. I dropped out of school due to poverty, and I grew up with my mom, grandma, stepfather, and brothers and sisters. My family is like my world. I didn't grow up with my own father. He was very rich and wanted another, and he abandoned my mom when I was only 8 months in her womb. It was very difficult growing up.

    A Special Love

    • By Bindiya M. Bissasir
    • Published: May 2020
    A Mom Who Lights Up My Life

    in Mother Poems

    You're like the sun
    that brightens the day.
    When you're not there,
    the light goes away.

    You're like the moon
    that brightens the night.
    When you're not around,
    there is no light.

    You're like the stars
    that shine so bright.
    You're never wrong
    but always right.

    You're like the tree
    that bears the sweetest pear.

    There's one thing
    in my heart I want to say.
    "You're the world's best mom
    I see every day."

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    I'm sorry your own father abandoned your mom, but I feel happy for you because you have such a good mother. Life may be difficult for you, but hope is always somewhere waiting for you. Wish...

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    A child writes of the qualities that make her mother great.

    My Mother

    • By Sinitta Washington
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About What Makes A Great Mother

    in Mother Child Poems

    I know of a woman whose strength is of a bear.
    And even when she's not that happy, she always takes time out to care.
    I know of a woman whose beauty is that of a queen.
    But she continues to teach us that beauty doesn't mean a thing.
    You see, this woman I know is surely like no other.
    Because the woman I mention here is truly my great mother.

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    As a child, I didn't grow up with the very mother that gave birth to me, but that doesn't deprive me from receiving the motherly care and love that I deserve because the couple that took me...

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    A girl writes a tribute to her Mom in honor of Mother's Day.

    Mom

    • By Victoria A. Ledet
    • Published: February 2006
    The Centerpiece Of My Life

    in Mother's Day Poems

    Mom, you are the centerpiece of my life.
    The light in my sun.
    I can't thank you enough for all you have done.
    You make me smile when I am sad.
    You are the best mother a child could ever have.
    You console me deeply when something's wrong.
    You know when something's happened or something's going on.
    I appreciate the love you bring in.
    You cheer me up when I lose.
    You make me laugh when I win.
    You turn my moon into a sun.
    You've done too much though my life has just begun.
    You give me a shelter and food to eat.
    You are the soles in my shoes,
    The bones in my feet.
    You support me and hold me tall.
    You stand me high and don't let me fall.
    You make my life easier in every way.
    That's why I want to say Happy Mother's Day!

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    Mommy, I love you. You are the syrup to my waffles, the sunshine to the night. You are always by my side!

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    Well today is Mother's Day (10/03 in England), and I have a one year old daughter who I unfortunately do not live with due to inconsolable differences I share with her mother. We find it difficult to even be civil with each other. But nevertheless, she is my daughter's mum who cares for her 24/7, and I love her for that. This poem was my way of expressing my feelings of appreciation and respect for my daughter's mother. Regardless of what we think of each other, we still have a child who needs us.

    The Trials And Tribulations Of A One Year Old

    • By Robert Mandefield
    • Published: April 2014
    Child Thanking Mother Poem

    in Mother's Day Poems

    Mommy,
    I cannot say how much I love you
    Because I cannot talk!
    Although, I can write poems in an Iambic style
    And I'm just about ready to walk!

    You are always there when I need you,
    Tending to my every beck and call.
    You make me laugh when I want to cry
    And you pick me up when I fall.

    I miss you when you leave the room.
    I'm scared you won't return!
    I'm sorry for when I misbehave.
    I don't like it when you're stern!
    But thank you, Mommy, for teaching me
    And for helping me to learn.
    I know that your unconditional love
    Is something I'll never have to yearn.

    I wish I could say how much I love you,
    But I just can't verbalize.
    I'm sure you know already, though...
    Because I see that love in your eyes.

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    Such a beautiful poem, I can relate my mom was so dear to me now she has stepped through Heaven's gate. Through all the stress and all the strife, she still lived a good life, she raised us...

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    A daughter shares the love she has in her heart for her mother that she is afraid to tell her.

    My Mother

    • By Shameka Martin
    • Published: February 2006
    Wanting To Tell Mom How Much I Love Her

    in Mother Child Poems

    I love her 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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    Mother - the loveliest word - gives bliss and peace not only to humans but also to wild life existing on this planet earth. This beautiful relationship starts even before the birth. The day...

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    Dear Mom

    • By Sam
    • Published: April 2009

    in Mother's Day Poems

    Dear Mom, I wrote
    these words for you
    to put upon
    the card I drew.

    I did my best,
    tried really hard
    to make a clever
    mother's card.

    The other Moms
    I guess are fine,
    but, Mom, you're special
    'cause you're mine,

    so have a happy
    Mother's Day.
    I'm glad that you're my
    Mom, HOORAY!!:)

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    Hi, I'm Andee, and I'm twelve years old. I wrote this poem to my mom on Mother's Day. I hope you enjoy it very much.

    A Mom Is Like A Present

    in Family Poems for Kids

    A mom is a person to stand right
    beside you until the very end.
    She'll always be there for you,
    no matter where or when.

    A mommy will care for you.
    She'll be right by your side.
    She wants to be with you
    when you need to run and hide.

    A mom is like a superhero.
    She'll always be there for you,
    and when you need her the most,
    she'll always come through.

    A mother is like a shining star,
    shining through the night,
    a big beautiful brightness
    that helps you when you're in fright.

    A mother is like a present
    you get on Christmas morning.
    She's fun, joyful, and caring,
    and she's rarely ever boring.

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    It's a loving and inspiring poem. I loved it. The best poem I've ever read!

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    I wrote this for my mom. I have been a jerk to her and lazy around the house. I LOVE YOU, MOM!!!

    Mom's Special Day

    Child's Poem For Mother's Day

    in Family Poems for Kids

    Mom, today's your special day,
    And you need to take a rest.
    I'll do everything for you
    To make it the best.

    Mom, you're sweet,
    And you mean the world to me.
    You do every little thing
    Cheerfully.

    You're too loving and kind
    To do so much work.
    I'll always help out
    Instead of being a jerk.

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    She does so much for us, and she has taken us on great trips to Maine and Disney World.

    Love For Mom

    • By Ethan L. Short
    • Published: May 2018
    Haiku For Mother's Day

    in Mother's Day Poems

    Mom, you are the best.
    You work all day long.
    I think you deserve a rest.

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    I am nine years old and love to write poetry. I wanted to thank my mom for all of her care, support and love she gives me. I thought the best way to express my feelings about her love is with a descriptive poem. My mom is very special to me and I want to share that special feeling.

    My Special Mom

    • By Brittany K. Mendoza-Pena
    • Published: April 2009
    Poem From Child To Mom

    in Mother's Day Poems

    sunny and bright
    black hair like night
    nice cozy slipper shoes
    warm voice from an angel
    scratchy hands, but soft like
    a cool summer breeze
    the best mom ever seen.
    I hear you at night or
    I think I might
    but I feel comfort and warmth
    when I sense you are right by my door
    every night watching me grow.

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    This is one of the best poems I have ever read. I love how you put all of your feelings into it. I love this poem...

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