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. I Will Be

    Unconditional Love

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    I will always be there for you.
    You will never be alone.
    I will be that candle in the window,
    So you can always find your way back home.

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    When I read this poem, there was no doubt how much love you hold inside for a child. There was also no doubt in my mind that this poem will be loved by all mothers everywhere. This is a very...

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  3. Mother, A Cradle To Hold Me

    It is true
    I was created in you.
    It is also true
    That you were created for me.

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  4. A True Angel

    • By George W. Zellars
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem From Son About All A Mother Does

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    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.

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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.

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  6. A Mother's Love

    Poem About A Mother's Love For Her Children

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    A mother gives her children
    Stepping stones to the stars.
    Her love is unconditional;
    Her heart has no bars.

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    Wow, this is a very beautiful poem. I love it. I can tell this poem came from your heart.

  7. I Love You, Mum

    • By Jessica Ashton
    • Published: May 2009

    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.

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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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  8. A Mother's Love Is Forever

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

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

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    My mom was my true friend, but she is not with me now. She passed away when I was 5 years old. When my mom died, my grandma and my stepmom started torturing my siblings. It was the hardest...

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  10. 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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  11. Mommy Don't Go

    • By Lauren M. Duncan
    • Published: February 2006
    Watching Beloved Mother Dying

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

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    I hope your mom pulls through and has many years left to share the things that moms and children do together. I went through something similar, but unfortunately my mom didn't have the...

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  12. My Angel

    • By Thomas G. Huckaby, Jr.
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About The Bond Of A Mother And Child

    From the moment I came into this world and opened my big brown eyes,
    I knew that I was looking at an Angel, because the heart, it never lies.

    Through all of life's hard struggles, this Angel has always been there.

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    omg thats do sad im crying right now i can imagine how your life has been

  13. To My Mummy

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

    To my Mummy,

    From the moment we met
    And you held me so tight,

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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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