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  1. My Dear Mother

    • By Eric L. Harris
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Being Guided By Mother

    Sometimes I wish that I were back at home,
    In the loving arms that held me strong.
    To reassure my safety, my peace, my soul;
    To let me know that everything was okay, that you were in control.

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    This is so beautiful. Mothers are the foundation of who we are. The souls that God offered us to be born within. How blessed you are to still have your mom.

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  3. I Wish

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

    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. Broken Promises And Lies

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

    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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  6. Let Me Out Into The World!

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

    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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  7. A Teenage Strife

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

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

    She doesn't understand

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  8. Motherhood

    these tired hands
    guide my children
    to catch fireflies in magical meadows
    to cross a busy city street

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  10. Ode To Motherhood

    • By Faith E. Pilato
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Child Choosing a Mom

    they say the child chooses
    the parent before
    they are conceived
    ...

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    I adopted my son straight from the hospital he came home with me, I've always wanted a child, but had given up the thought with so many odds against me. God seen differently, and I would like...

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  11. My Mother

    • By James B. Williams
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A Mother Being There

    All through my life my Mother was there
    All sorts of burdens and worries she happily bared
    On my first step she was there to catch me
    Or when I fell and hurt my poor knee...

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  12. Andres

    • By Charlotte Reardon-Venegas
    • Published: May 2008
    Poem From Addicted Mom Who Loses Children

    I can't count the times I have let you down,
    I can't count the tears of the fears,
    Of knowing I wouldn't always be around.
    The addiction I carry I couldn't hide within,

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    The joy of motherhood never stops: long before you have the child to long after the child has grown. Children come first. Motherhood is a choice. Children do not have that...

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  13. To Mom

    Mother And Best Friend

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    I've always counted on you to be there for me and you always were.
    I've counted on you to tell me right from wrong when I wasn't sure.

    I would come to you when I thought I didn't have a friend in this world.

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