Valentine's Day Poems To Kids

Published: January 2020

Valentine’s Day Poems From Parents To Kids

13 Valentine’s Day Poems From Parents To Kids

Valentine’s Day is not only for those in romantic relationships. It can also be a time for families to celebrate their love for each other. Parents can use the holiday as an opportunity to share with their children how much they’re loved and valued in the family. Maybe this year is the year to start a new family tradition on Valentine’s Day.

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    A poem about a mother's deep and abiding love.

    A Mother's Love Is Forever

    • By Alan Royer
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A Mother's Love Being A Gift

    in Mother Child Poems

    I've been with you
    since before your birth.
    I'll stand by your side
    as long as I'm on this earth.

    A mother's love is special,
    a never-ending gift.
    A love that's always there
    if you ever need a lift.

    I think of you often,
    never missing a day.
    My love is forever
    and always sent your way.

    You're never far from the caring
    thoughts in my heart,
    no matter how many miles
    ever try to keep us apart.

    A mother's love, your gift,
    the gift I'll always give to you,
    as we watch our lives go by,
    no matter what you say or do.

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    A mother thanks her children for the blessing they have brought to her life and reminds them not to forget the one who brought them into this world.

    Blessed By Two

    • By Teresa L. Finke
    • Published: February 2006

    in Children Poems

    The two of you will never know
    How much my love has grown
    To be blessed by two
    When others have so few.

    From the moment you were conceived,
    You were all that I would ever need.
    To hold you, comfort you, and love you both
    Is all that I could ever hope.

    You are my life,
    You are my hope.
    To see you both happy
    Is my only hope.

    My happiness has been through you.
    I loved you both before you were you.
    There were aches and pains, but it was worth it all.
    I could not foresee what was to be.

    From the first moment I held you both,
    My love has only continued to grow.
    There have never been two children as beautiful as you.

    I am so proud of the both of you.
    The good Lord was good to me and making you both my destiny.
    Though now you want to be free from me,
    Just remember there wouldn't be any you without me.

    Grow up and be strong, but don't forget about me.
    Your futures are bright as anyone can see.

    When I am gone and in a better place,
    Remember me more than just a face
    I will continue to thank God every day
    For my role that I have played,
    As I have been blessed by two.

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    My poem came from me singing to my 9-month-old. I have two more children, ages 3-6. It's meant to tell a story of how a mother will always be there, even in death. Her love is undying. She doesn't ever want her children to be in despair.

    A Mother's Love

    • By Riyan Cook
    • Published: November 2018
    Poem About The Love Of A Mother

    in Children Poems

    Full of laughter
    Never ending dreams
    When the sky reaches out, you'll see me
    When the night is full
    No sound to be heard
    Close your eyes
    And you'll learn
    I'll be by your side
    Fighting off the monsters
    Those sweet dreams
    Will be forever

    Play pretend
    Such innocence
    Beauty define
    I can't believe they are mine
    To the fighting, to laughing
    To the crying, to happy
    No one can take that away

    Sweet dreams are made
    When you're awake
    When the world seems cold
    And things gets old
    Take a breath and you'll see
    Right there I'll be

    When you're in pain
    Head down in shame
    Feel defeated
    Mistreated
    Nothing seems to go right
    I'll be your light

    'Cause sweet dreams are made
    When you're awake
    I'll take the pain
    I'll take the fears
    For you my loves
    I don't want you to despair

    I'll guide you til the end
    And then still be there to hold your hand
    Just please promise me
    To forever be young
    'Cause these sweet dreams
    I don't want to lose
    With my last breath I'll still say...
    I...love...you

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    I wrote this because I wanted my three daughters to know that I would love them the same no matter what.

    I Would Still Love You The Same

    Unconditional Love Of A Mother

    in Children Poems

    If I didn't know where you came from,
    If you had a different name,
    Or perhaps you were a different color,
    I would still love you the same.
    If you lived up in the sky, or maybe in a tree,
    If you could not laugh or even smile,
    If your eyes they could not see.
    If you could not walk upon your feet,
    If your fingers were your thumbs,
    If you could not sing a song so gay,
    I would still love you the same.
    If you were a little boy or
    Maybe someone else,
    If your legs they couldn't run and play,
    Nor could you hear nor speak your name,
    If you did not love me as I love you,
    I would still love you the same.

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    A mother writes how her children have enriched her and completed her.

    Children, You Complete Me

    • By Shelly D. Poole
    • Published: February 2006
    Finding Fulfillment In Motherhood

    in Children Poems

    Words can hardly describe
    how much you mean to me,
    the love I felt inside
    when you looked up at me.
    Your perfect little fingers
    your tiny little toes,
    made hearts around you linger
    and long to hold you close.
    Your beautiful, innocent face,
    those shining blue eyes,
    made my world a better place
    much bluer were the skies.
    My little red-haired boy
    his freckles they do dance.
    He's always got a story,
    makes us laugh at every chance.
    My curly blonde-haired girl,
    such spirit she possesses.
    Her little mind just swirls
    with all those little questions.
    Children, you complete me.
    I could not ask for more.
    Thank you, God, for giving me
    two children I adore.

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    A poem to my three beautiful girls...Jocelynne, Arabella, and Brielle.

    My Girls

    • By Angelina Michelle Lain
    • Published: May 2016
    Poem About Children Being A Mother's World

    in Children Poems

    When you were born,
    I found true love,
    A love like no other,
    Like I've never felt before.

    My eyes wide open,
    Along with my arms,
    I vowed to keep you safe
    And keep you out of harm.

    I promised to fight,
    And that I will do.
    You are worth every battle
    And every ounce of my strength too.

    In my arms I will keep you.
    You are all my entire world.
    Number one, you will always be,
    My happy, beautiful girls.

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    Magical Wishes

    in Poems for Kids

    If I were a magician with dancing eyes,
    I’d grant all your wishes for a smile.
    Sunny skies full of waltzing butterflies,
    New friends to share your toys (for a while).

    Two big purple teddy bears that speak,
    Poodles that laugh, blue noodles that sigh,
    Silly little mice dressed in pink boots that squeak,
    Five polka dotted ice cream cones a mile high.

    A dozen daisies dancing in a velvet case,
    Triple rainbows after each gentle rain,
    A magic mirror pool to reflect your pretty face,
    And seven pennies for wishes not too plain.

    I would give you twenty pop-up clowns,
    Candy Leprechauns counting pick-up sticks,
    Unicorns to ride in parades through glass towns,
    Colorful floating bubbles (just for kicks).

    Furry little kittens to tickle your cheeks,
    Fourteen canaries dressed in turquoise tights,
    A pocketful of sweets to last you four weeks,
    Three little piglets in fields of flowers flying kites,

    Gold tickets for all the rides at your favorite sites,
    Fifteen princes to carry all your stuff,
    A blinking magic carpet for special flights,
    And play rooms that tidy in a single puff.

    I would hand you the world on a silver string
    And listen to all the children laugh and sing.

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    It is our children that teach us the true scope of love.

    A Mother's Words

    • By Joanne S. Walker
    • Published: February 2006

    in Children Poems

    She is my heart, he is my soul,
    And without them I am not whole...
    She gave me strength, made me grow,
    And once he came, my heart was full...
    I gave them life, but it took them to
    Make me live-- there is nothing for those two I would not give...
    It is because of them that I have finally learned what love truly is....

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    A mother writes to her child telling him/her, "You are everything to me."

    My Child

    • By Brittany D. Accord
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A Mother's Love

    in Children Poems

    My child, you are so sweet.
    Your eyes are as blue as the morning sky,
    your hair is as red as a beautiful rose,
    and your skin as pale as snow...

    My child, I love you so.
    I thank God for your presence every day,
    as I hold you in my arms to comfort you,
    when you get scared...

    My child, you are my escape.
    You show how to be free,
    and I know that you will always be there...

    My child, I love you dear.
    As I hold you close to my heart,
    I will protect you my child....

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    A concise poem from a mother to her child that says it all.

    My Child

    • By Heather J. McDaniel
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem From Mother To Her Child

    in Mother Child Poems

    My child need not shed a tear
    My child you have nothing to fear
    My child I am always near
    My child is my darling dear
    My child only has love to give
    My child only knows how to forgive
    My child never fusses or puts up a fight
    My child loves me with all of her might
    My child does the best she can do
    My child, my love for you is true

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    A poem that speaks of the preciousness of children.

    Precious Little Children

    • By Ron Zupsic
    • Published: February 2006

    in Children Poems

    Little children are a treasure
    Their worth you cannot measure
    In terms of money or gold.

    Their voices are the melody
    That vibrates deep inside of me
    Worth their weight, a thousand fold.

    Their eyes so brightly shining
    They are the silver lining
    That brightens up my day.

    I couldn't live without them
    More priceless then any gem
    My loneliness they chase away.

    Precious Little Children

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    I work with children. So the poem is how exactly I feel about them.

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