Family Love Poems - Page 2
21. Just For TodayPoem About Enjoying Time With Children
Just for this morning I won't wash clothes,
instead we will watch your favorite cartoon.
Just for this morning I won't wash dishes,
instead we will color together.
Just for this afternoon I won't watch my soaps;
instead we will go to the park and feed the ducks.
Just for this afternoon you and I will snuggle up on the couch
and watch a favorite movie and eat popcorn.
Just for tonight I will let you help me fix dinner
and I won't yell at you for making a mess.
Just for tonight I won't yell
when you splash water all over the bathroom floor.
Just for tonight when I tuck you into bed
and we snuggle together to read your favorite story
I will hold you a little tighter and a little longer
and Thank God for giving you to me.Latest Shared Story
This made me get really emotional because sometimes I feel like my parents could care less about my existence. It made me jealous and happy. It made me hope that my mom feels this way about me.
Poem About Sharing Love
How does love grow?
Everyone should know!
It's a gift of giving,
Which we hope to keep receiving.
It comes from the heart,
And should never be apart.
We share it with feelings,
It's so unbelieving!
But yet, it can be deceiving.
We should always remember,
From January to December,
As the years go by,
The love should never die.
This is a message that I am sending;
To love one another,
Especially your Mother and Father.
They showed you how to love,
Like the Lord up above.
Poem About Mother Not Seeing Children Often
The little children scurry to play at a day so bliss
It was a moment truly missed
Dearest momma, please don't cry, it isn't the last you'll see them
She pulls out photos from the past
They won't forget, they won't cope, memories are always vast
What a rough day of play
Children smell only of perfume
Momma's covering her miserable smoke
Why must momma's distress resume?
Forgetting you is a cruel joke
Your nest will never betray
You're cracked up, just like an egg
It's not what you think, stop painting yourself gray
Momma please stop, I love you, don't make me beg
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