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  1. Time Can't Heal

    Mother-Daughter Relationship Poem

    in Hard Times Poems

    Time can't heal pain that won't mend.
    The suffering, the heart ache,
    It feels like the end.
    Grasping a hold of a moving change,

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    Now that I'm grown, I regret treating her the way I did, because I have daughters of my own, and I see now that it wasn't that she didn't love me. I still do not agree with how she handled...

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  2. I Wish

    • By Reba N. Mills
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A Mother Absent From Her Daughter's Life

    in Mother Child Poems

    I wish you were here with me
    I wish you were here every day,
    To hug me, to ask me if I'm doing okay.
    I wish you were here when I got my first doll

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  4. Listen Up

    I Just Want My Mom Back

    in Mother Daughter Poems

    Mom, will you sit down
    To listen what I have to say?
    We can be in the same room
    And be miles and miles away.

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    I read this poem and though it said just how I feel and do too!!!! I never though someone else would feel the same way that I do....this is the best poem I've ever read on family

  5. Broken Promises And Lies

    • By Jennifer L. Young
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A Lying Mother

    in Mother Child Poems

    She has made many promises, yet never seems to keep them.
    The lies she tells me are continuous, yet still I believe them.

    I have gotten older, but not any wiser, for when she tells me to trust her and everything will be fine,

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    I can totally relate to this! This has been going on for years, and I honestly don't know when she will ever stop.

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  7. A Teenage Strife

    • By Whitney B. Wickes
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Not Getting Along With Mom

    in Mother Child Poems

    My mother and I don't get along.
    We share no common song.

    She doesn't understand

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  8. Let Me Out Into The World!

    • By Willow G. Kurowski
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Yearning For Freedom

    in Mother Child Poems

    She treats me like the child; I am but don't want to be.
    I crave diversity and the right to be free.
    I feel I should have control over my life in order to be me,
    But in her mind this she doesn't see.

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    • Rating 3.97
  9. Mother

    • By Samantha K. George
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Mother Causing Daughter Pain

    in Mother Poems

    MOTHER

    Mother, why do you
    treat me like

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  10. Yearning For Approval From Mom

    • By Cristin Gomez
    • Published: September 2011

    in Mom Poems by Teens

    Days go by we haven't talked
    The silence between us grows
    And inside I yell why can't you love me for me?
    She might be deaf and blind too...

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    The similarities between this poem and the relationship with my mother are uncanny. It's a perfect depiction of how my life is with her and how she makes me feel.

  11. I Will Do Anything

    • By Rebecca L. Windsor
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Wanting To Come Back Home

    in Mother Child Poems

    I will do anything to come back home.
    I can't take it anymore.
    I cry myself to sleep; my eyes are always swollen.
    My heart always aches.

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  12. Mother

    • By Ashley N. Mitchell
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Not Realizing Life Was Abnormal

    in Mother Child Poems

    Mother is supposed to be a special word
    A mother is supposed to be loving to a child or so I've heard.

    This I personally do not know.

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