Mother Child Poems

Mother to Child Poems

Did you ever wonder how a child ended up with a specific mother? According to Sufi mysticism, the soul of the child looks down at the world and sees every soul that resides in every woman. When he finds the one that will be able to help him fulfill his life's purpose, he makes his choice. The relationship between the mother and child is no accident. At times the child may reject his mother and wish he had a different one. Remember your soul made the choice for a reason. This woman can help you live your purpose.

Poems from Mothers to Children

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  1. Always Watching

    • By Skye D. Barker
    • Published: February 2006
    Realizing How Much Mom Has Done Poem


    I was watching you sleep the other day
    And prayed that it would last
    The peace that rested on your face...

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    • Rating 4.61
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    Your words about mother brought tears to me. Three years ago, my mother passed away. She was 92+ at that time but very happy personality. Being the youngest child, I have seen her just...

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  3. I'm Here

    Poem About Mom Being A Guardian Angel

    Sleep now, my angel, and rest your eyes.
    Mommy must say her last goodbyes.
    Please don't be sad, and please don't cry.
    Mommy will give you the wings to fly.

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    My loving mother, always there with your arms open, no matter what. A face that always smiled. Two eyes that would light up the sky at night, until that one battle you could not fight. The...

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  4. Never Enough

    • By Reanna Almeida
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem Thanking Mom For Everything She's Done

    Sometimes I know the words to say to give thanks for all you've done,
    but then they fly up and away as quickly as they come.

    How could I possibly thank you enough, the one who makes me whole,

    Poem Thanking Mom For Everything She's Done, Never Enough

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    • Rating 4.59
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    This poem is so touching. All the qualities ascribed by mothers in this poem are just a direct reflection of what my mom is. This poem is special just like how mothers are splendid.

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  6. Mom

    • By Kayla E. Teeter
    • Published: February 2006
    The Best That Love Could Give Poem

    you've always given me
    the best that love could give
    and we've always lived together
    the best that we could live...

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    • Votes 55
    • Rating 4.58
  7. Angel In Disguise

    • By Jennifer Rasmussen
    • Published: February 2006
    Poems About Mothers Being Hidden Angels


    The other day I met an angel
    And when I looked into her eyes
    I saw a love to pierce the darkness...

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    Oh how I love this poem! Its beautiful and true.

  8. A Little More Time With You

    • By Tina L. Seidel
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Longing to be with Mom

    Here we are again, seperated mending our broken hearts,
    wondering if we will ever be blessed with a chance for a brand new start.
    Once again not seeing your face every day has again screwed me all up,
    but I still have pleasant memories in the morning ...

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  10. Mommy Don't Go

    • By Lauren M. Duncan
    • Published: February 2006

    Fields of love,
    rain drops of joy.
    You hear friends saying,
    you're mommys little boy.

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    • Votes 790
    • Rating 4.53
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    This made me cry because my mom died when I was 11 and now I'm 13. My dad does not get out of prison until I'm 14, and this touched my heart. That's why I gave it 5 stars.

  11. A True Angel

    • By George W. Zellars
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About All That a Mother Will Do

    A mother is special, she's more than a friend.
    Whenever you need her, she'll give you a hand.
    She'll lead you and guide you in all that you do.
    Try all that she can just to see you get through.

    Poem About All That a Mother Will Do, A True Angel

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    • Rating 4.46
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    This is a wonderful poem. It evoked a strong emotional response & made me think of my own wonderful mother. I very nearly teared up. I couldn't have written it any better. Well done.

  12. I Love You Mom

    • By Nicole DeVincentz
    • Published: February 2006
    Tribute To A Mother Love

    You are the one who brought me along,
    You are the one who sang me that song.
    You are the one who taught me all there was to learn.
    You are the one who helped me not to burn.

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    Hi Nicole,
    Mothers are pretty special. I, too, love my mum who has always been a positive person of faith. You might enjoy this as a sharing part of my reply post:
    My friend...

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  13. Mommy

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

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

    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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