Mother Daughter Poems

Mother Daughter Poems

Mom Poems From Daughters

Mother and daughter relationships are complex because the daughter looks to her mother as a role model of what a woman is. As she grows up and sees other women who live their lives differently, she chooses between imitating her mother or other significant influences in her life. As an adolescent she may come to look down on her mother and think that other woman are much better. Of course she is not a fully grown woman so she does not understand the challenges and choices that her mother faces. It is only when she herself becomes a woman that she can fully appreciate her mother.

63 Poems about Mothers and Daughters

  1. 1. Following Me

    A few years ago, my mother passed away due to Alzheimer's. The days I'd sit with her, memories would come to mind of how my childhood days were with this wonderful mother, so I wrote this poem for her to let her know I would take care of her. Unfortunately, she never got to read it.

    Mom, I'll Take Care Of You

    Mom,
    When I was just a little tot, I followed after you.
    I asked to help by saying, "Me do, me do, me do."
    I suppose I was a nuisance, a problem in many ways,
    But I hung around and learnt from you
    Like most little girls would do.
    For years, you showed me love and care
    And taught me right from wrong,
    But now the years have passed us by,
    And the little girl years are gone.
    Now it's my turn, Mom,
    To give you love and care,
    To do for you what you did for me
    When I followed you everywhere.
    I'll comb your hair,
    I'll help you dress,
    And I'll even tie your shoes.
    I'll paint your nails,
    I'll help you eat, and I'll tell you a story or two.
    I'll sing to see you happy, I'll give you lots of hugs,
    I'll take your hand to keep you safe,
    And I'll tell you how much you're loved,
    And when you follow after me and become
    A nuisance in many ways,
    I'll give you lots of love and care,
    As you did in my little girl days.
    They say that mom and child trade places,
    And that may very well be,
    But as long as God allows me to live,
    I'll take care of thee.

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  3. 2. Blowing Bubbles

    • By Meganne J. Karn
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2020

    I was working with my daughter, trying to find a poem about moms and bubbles for a Mother's Day project. We couldn't find one, so I wrote one. Our project was about bubbles, and we wanted to give it to her Grandma and Nana for Mother's Day.

    I Am The Mom I Am Today Because Of You

    As I sit and blow this bubble,
    I fondly think of you.

    Of all the things you taught me
    And the stuff we used to do.

    The way you would dress me
    And gently kiss my head.

    The times you told me stories
    And tucked me into bed.

    Now I sit here blowing bubbles
    With a daughter of my own

    As she smiles brighter
    Than the sun has ever shown.

    I would like to tell you thank you
    For all the love and tears.

    For loving me and raising me
    Your best through all the years.

    I know I wouldn't be the mom I am today
    Without the mom that first showed me the way.

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  5. 3. Dear Mom

    • By Nia Ivanov
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2019

    My mother and I have been through so much together. We have been through crazy adventures, long plane rides, fighting, crying, laughing, and so much more. We have been there for each other for as long as I can imagine. In fact, I don't remember a time when my mom wasn't by my side to help me. She is my rock, my person, my guide, and my best friend. I wanted to write this poem about our relationship to show how grateful I am for her and how much I love her. I dedicate this poem to her.

    A Long Lasting Mother-Daughter Relationship

    From the first shine of light
    To the first breath of my life,
    You have been there from day to night.
    Dear Mom, you'll always be my partner in crime.

    From my first smile
    To my first step,
    You have stayed by my side.
    Dear Mom, thank you for being my guide.

    From broken friendships
    To late night laughs,
    You have been through all my despairs.
    Dear Mom, you've handled this job with class.

    From all the good grades in school
    To all the low scores at competitions,
    You still showered me with comfort.
    Dear Mom, thank you for being my savior.

    From driving me to the hospital
    To overcoming injuries,
    You have cured my weaknesses.
    Dear Mom, you give me strength.

    From starting at the beginning all over again
    To traveling around the country,
    You always survive.
    Dear Mom, thank you for your suggestions.

    From tucking me in
    To kissing my forehead goodnight,
    You have been my heroine.
    Dear Mom, you have provided me with pure light.

    From giving each other the silent treatment
    To talking and hugging it out,
    You never fail to give the best advice.
    Dear Mom, our relationship will never disrupt.

    You are my person.
    You are the greatest gift in my life.
    Thank you for everything that you do.
    Dear Mom, I love you always and forever.

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  6. 4. Mother

    I love to write and wanted to write something special for my mom and for all the other mothers in the world. I am a mother of three, and as I look at my kids, it takes me back to when I was a young girl with my mom. I cherish her and am very blessed I had a mother like her.

    The Support Of A Mother

    A mother loves right from the start,
    No matter if her children are near or far apart.
    A mother gives never-ending love.
    She gives us comfort and peace like a beautiful dove.
    For us she will always do her best,
    Even when we put her patience to the test.
    She wipes our tears,
    Chases away our fears,
    Encourages us to follow a dream,
    No matter how far-fetched it may seem.
    Her gifts can never compare to any other.
    I am so honored to call her my mother.
    Looking back on another year,
    I was so lucky to have a mother so dear.
    So Mom, on your special day, relax and enjoy
    And always know that I couldn't have asked for any other
    More incredible person to call my mother.
    I love you, Mom!
    Happy Mother's Day

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  7. 5. My Daughter's Love

    I was a mom who was addicted to meth and put my daughter through more than any child should have to endure until I got caught 7 years ago. I have been clean ever since, but through it all...my daughter, Alex, ALWAYS showed me true, unconditional love! That love has taken me through the worst and best times of my life!

    Relationship Between An Addict And Her Daughter

    Through all my good and bad,
    You love me still the same.
    You saw me at my worst,
    Addicted, full of shame.

    I remember you sleeping next to me,
    Hugging me so tight
    While I silently wept tears
    That your sweet hands would wipe.

    I never had to worry
    If we would be okay,
    Because I knew through your sweet prayers
    God would pave a way.

    We would laugh and talk for hours
    About life and boys and friends.
    While silent in my thoughts,
    I wondered how my fate would end.

    Then the day would come
    That I would face my darkest sin
    And deal with all those demons of addiction
    That I had deep within.

    But it was you, my precious daughter,
    Who loved me all the same;
    Through the good times and the bad,
    In your heart is where I remain.

    Thank you for your affection
    And unconditional love.
    God sent me an angel,
    My daughter, from heaven above.

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  8. 6. The Greatest Love

    • By Krishna B. Billones
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2017

    This poem is for my mom, because I want to tell the world how blissful I am to have a wonderful gift from God. Even though I am not always a good daughter, still she loves and accepts me wholeheartedly. Her love for me is endless.

    A Mother's Endless Love

    From the moment
    I came into this world,
    you gave to me
    your heart and soul.

    You give up all the time
    you have for yourself
    just to show to me
    how much I mean to you.

    Every day and every night
    you give to me all your love.
    You run to me
    when I call your name.

    You embrace me
    to heal my pain.
    The warmth of your touch
    will always be in my heart.

    Even if the time will come
    that God will take you away from me,
    I will never forget
    your undying love for me.

    Your love molds me
    to become a person with morality.
    Sorry for all the times
    that I just made you cry.

    Sorry if I can't return
    all your love for me.
    To all of my imperfections,
    your love for me will never change.

    Your love for me will always be true,
    for your love for me is endless.
    I love you, Mom, now and forever.
    I'll love you, Mom, until the end of forever.

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  9. 7. Mama Always Said

    • By Cora Catherine A. Bennett
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2017

    My name is Cora. I live in South Carolina, and I have 3 siblings. I am 19 years old, and I find poetry and photography to be lovely. This poem is dedicated to my Mama. She has given me everything I have, and I am truly blessed. This poem is about my love for her and what she has taught me growing up.

    Words Of Advice From Mom

    When I was a little girl...
    Mama always said,
    If I fit you in a shoe-box,
    Will you stop growing?

    When I was much younger...
    Much younger than I am now,
    Mama always said,
    Only the best girls use their manners.

    When I was small...
    Much smaller than I am now,
    Mama always said,
    Be kind,
    Even to the ones who aren't.

    When I was older...
    But not much older,
    Mama always said,
    Tell everyone you love them;
    You never know what will happen.

    When I was not so tiny...
    But still her little girl,
    Mama always said,
    Go for what you want in life,
    No matter how big.

    When I was older but younger...
    Younger than I am now,
    But older than I was then,
    Mama always said,
    Now you, you don't let anyone bring you down.

    Now that I am old....
    But not too old,
    Mama always says
    You are beautiful. You are smart,
    And I have taught you right.
    You show that to the world.

    That Mama,
    She is something.
    She is a smart lady;
    She is truly beautiful.
    She has giving me much
    And taught me more,
    So much more,
    And to her I give my love.

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  10. 8. Thank You, Mama

    I made this poem for my mama. It's Mother's Day, and I want to thank her for being a great mother to us. I am so thankful for everything she has done for us. For the great love and for being our best friend all through the years. I really love her so much.

    I came to this world nothing.
    I thank you, Mama, for taking care of me.
    I am so weak and can't stand alone.
    Thank you, Mama, for helping me stand on my own.

    Oftentimes I am stubborn.
    Thank you, Mama, for making me a good person.
    I seldom followed your advice.
    Thank you, Mama, for your great patience and reminders.

    I always stumble and fall.
    Thank you, Mama, for believing me despite it all.
    When I'm so down and almost ready to give up,
    Thank you, Mama, for you're always there reaching out your hands.

    Even now I know you're there for me.
    Thank you, Mama, for that unbounded love always.
    Even now I always disappoint you.
    Thank you, Mama, for understanding me that so.

    With all the sacrifices you have made,
    Thank you, Mama, for I never heard you complaining.
    You chose to live in this world,
    Shared your big heart and even helped us heal our wounds.

    What a great mother you are to us,
    Willing to give up everything just for us.
    You're truly a hero for us,
    A great mother, and we're lucky for that.

    Today is your day, and I made this poem for you.
    I know this is not enough to say how much I love you.
    Never will I be ashamed to shout my love for you,
    And that will stand even till my life is through.

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  11. 9. This Angel To Whom I Was Given

    • By Megan Cummings
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2015

    My mom is an amazing person. She has been through hell and back, but you wouldn't know it. She taught me what it means to love unconditionally, to give and not expect anything in return, to put others first and most importantly, she taught me about God. She has such a big heart that I'm surprised it fits inside of her. Of course she has flaws, as we all do, but when I look at her all I can see is perfection and I thank God every day that he gave me this beautiful angel to call Mom.

    Poem About The Love A Daughter Has For Her Mom

    One day I was given to an Angel in disguise
    Who's beautiful, yet so fragile wings were tattered beyond recognize

    But this Angel to whom I was given, what a heart of gold had she
    Who had yet to realize how important she would be

    This Angel to whom I was given is so selfless, so giving as can be
    Who shares her gift of mercy so that others may be free

    This Angel to whom I was given is so faithful, so true
    Who would lay down her own life if it meant salvation of one or a few

    This Angel to whom I was given is so thoughtful, so kind
    Whose never-ending love and prayers are the reason I'll be fine

    This Angel to whom I was given is a blessing, my hero all the time
    I am so proud to call her Mom, this beautiful Angel of mine

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  12. 10. Mommy

    • By Madisyn B
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2015

    My mom is my role model, and this poem was my way of telling her just how much she means to me.

    Poem About All My Mother Has Done

    You brushed my hair and tucked me in,
    Made me laugh for hours on end.
    You kissed my boo-boos when I fooled around.
    Mommy, you never let me down.

    You held my hand as I got my shots
    Then took me for ice cream that hit the spot.
    You bought me Polly Pockets and Barbies, too.
    Mommy, there's no one quite like you.

    You held my hand as I walked through the door,
    Then you met my teacher as I stared at the floor.
    You told me it'd be fun and I'd make friends too,
    And for that reason, Mommy, I love you.

    You listened to me talk about the drama and boys
    Then taught me how to handle it with class and poise.
    You spoke with wisdom and of things you know.
    You love to hear me say, "Mommy, you told me so."

    You love the Lord with all you heart,
    And you're kind and gentle and pretty and smart.
    If I could be anyone, I'd pick you,
    'Cause, Mommy, the world would be better with two of you.

    You've taught me so much, with more in store,
    And with each day that passes, I love you more.

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  13. 11. Remember When

    I wrote this poem over twenty years ago when I become a mother myself. I have the most courageous mother. She is battling cancer and fights for her life each day. I gave this to her for Mother's Day all those years ago and I just wanted to share it with the world. Time heals all wrongs. Life is so short, and none of us are promised tomorrow. God bless all the Mother's in this world. I thank God for my mother and every day we have.

    Poem For Mothers Day From Daughter

    Life takes us through many changes like the seasons of each year,
    Some so unforgettable we sometimes shed a tear.
    I remember when I was a little girl, it seems not long ago,
    My mother would shelter me in her arms,
    A feeling I thought I'd never outgrow.
    Maybe I really haven't because hidden inside of me,
    There's still that need to hold her,
    Though are chances are few and far between.
    We live our lives looking back on memories of the past,
    Ones we often cherish, for time moves along so fast.
    I remember my teenage years, rebellious as they were,
    Though I'd made many mistakes I could always count on her.
    Oh the times I'd hurt her with the hateful things I'd say,
    I hope she knows how sorry I am and how much I love her today.
    As children we don't realize how words can break a heart,
    Leave scars that last a lifetime and tear two lives apart.
    Though forgiveness isn't easy, we've found it through the years,
    My mother and I are closer than ever,
    Our love has washed away the tears.
    So let me tell you that I love you mom, in this message that I send,
    Though time is ever changing, I'll always remember when.

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  14. 12. Mommy What's Love?

    • By Shanice
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2011

    I wrote this poem to show how a mother would tell a little girl what love is to let her understand

    A child who eyes glitter like sunlight
    Ask her mother one night
    Mommy what's love
    The mother with a gentle smile replied,
    Love my child
    Is my love for you
    Love that I share with daddy and little tommy too

    Love is when you hurt your knee
    And when I say there there Mee-mee
    Love is the that daddy gives us everyday
    And a smile that goes all the way

    Love is especially, my child
    When I tuck you in every night
    and kiss you sweet dreams each time

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  15. 13. Tidal Wave Of Emotions

    • By Stacy L. Stiles
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2011

    I wrote the poem for my daughter Autumn after she left for college. Her absence fed my muse and writing helped me cope with the loss. I used Tidal Wave and tides in contrast with the poem for that's exactly what it felt like for me when she left. Thank you for taking the time to read my work!!

    A tidal wave of emotions,
    have sent my soul out to sea.
    Crashing currents submersing,
    what once was you and me.

    Drifting afar distantly,
    a glimpse of precious time.
    While I held you close to me,
    singing your favorite rhyme.

    Rocking gently back and forth,
    arms encircling you whole.
    Lips pressed upon sweet innocence,
    your cries I did console.

    Praying the Lord may keep you;
    wash your troubles away.
    Hoping a bond forever remains,
    the same tomorrow as today.

    Splashing scents of adorable purity;
    upon your mother's face.
    I draw you closer, your tiny being;
    and even tighter I embrace.

    A riptide of adornment drowns;
    a tidal wave within my soul.
    I once was broken and severed,
    but now am completely whole.

    Consumed with pure admiration,
    at the woman you've become.
    Beautiful imperfections,
    your absence chastised me numb.

    Although I know you had to,
    spread those vast angelic wings.
    I still can hear the laughter,
    of a child's heart that proudly sings.

    These crashing, violent riptides;
    will soon turn a peaceful wave.
    Knowing the life I gave you,
    is the life in me which you did save.

    This current of my heart, is perfectly;
    in synch with every beat.
    A perfect bond between us;
    without your love, I'm incomplete.

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  16. 14. Mom My Hero

    • By Hayzel
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2011

    I recently got in a fight with my mom, and I want to let her know that I appreciate everything she does for me. Feedback would be nice :)

    You are my Hero.
    The most influential person in my life.
    You are loved by us all.
    A mother, sister, daughter, and a wife.

    You are always the strongest.
    And like the threads of a quilt;
    You hold us together.
    You are a flower whose petals will never wilt.

    As much as you deny it,
    You are beautiful inside and out.
    Your kindness and unselfishness,
    Is what makes you shine throughout.

    I don't think you can comprehend
    How much I appreciate you everyday.
    And how much you mean to me.
    To me you are perfect in every way.

    So thank you mom.
    For always being here.
    Especially in my times of need.
    You are my Hero.

    Mom My Hero

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  17. 15. Your Place

    • By Heather Schmidt
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2011

    I wrote this poem in an advanced writing class my senior year in High School. I wrote it for my mother as I am the oldest child and was about to Leave the nest for college. I had it printed up and framed it along with a picture of her and I, and gave it to her for mothers day. She LOVED it!

    Leaving For College Poem

    You've been there since I was young,
    You've healed my cuts and pains.
    You guided me through my sorrows
    And helped Celebrate my gains.

    But now the time has come,
    I must start my life on my own,
    And if you get lonely or miss my face,
    Just remember. . .

    I love you and no one can take YOUR PLACE.

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  18. 16. My Beautiful Mother

    • By Kathirine Hinkle
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2011

    This Poem is about my mom. My everything. My world. She means so much and I love her. She is serving in the armed forces and has been gone for over 3 years. She means so much to me.

    She is the wind that lifts me up to the sky.
    The very breath that I take each day.
    The morning sun shining down on me.
    The moonlight guiding me through the night.
    My northern star, brightly shining in the darkest of days.
    The warmth of her voice echoes in my head.
    The feeling of her kiss, brings tears to my eyes.
    Her smile, making each rainy day, a little bit brighter.
    Living life as though nothing can hurt her.
    A mother is god in a child's eyes.
    She's my god.
    My everything.
    My world.
    The reason why I push on every day of my life.
    Pressing myself to be better.
    Living my day as each is my last.
    Just as she does.
    She's the life that is mine.
    The rhythm of my heartbeat.
    The core of my soul.
    She is the one who wipes the tears away.
    She is the one who can cry and still stay strong.
    She is the one who takes all of my worries away.
    And enlightens my day.
    She is unlike any other.
    She is my one, my only.
    My Beautiful Mother.

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  19. 17. My Dearest Daughter

    • By Sheena Jarvis
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems July 2010

    I am 23 years old and I live for my daughter. My dad passed away when I was 11 years old so I really understand the concept of spending as much time as possible with the ones you love. I hope this poem touches someone's heart the way my daughter touches mine and inspired me to write it.

    You are my inspiration
    You are my every fear
    You are my everything
    You are my every tear.

    You are my baby girl
    My everlasting love
    You are the one
    that holds my heart
    You are my ray of sun.

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  20. 18. The Gift

    To my beautiful daughter, Madison... May you follow your dreams and be true to yourself always!
    Love, Mom.

    I received a gift on that faithful day
    Of which I know I could never repay,
    Just as God came down to say
    He just gave one of his Angels away.

    Little did I know, the test this would be
    To prove to him and make him see,
    That this angel was my destiny
    Of that I'm sure a guarantee.

    To hold her forever and never stray
    To be there to comfort her pain away,
    To see her through even the roughest of days
    And teach her to be stronger along the way.

    I was told one day, from a friend of mine
    That God just gave me the gift of time!
    Confused, I asked him to define?
    And what he said never left my mind...

    He said to watch her as she sleeps
    It was then it became so plain to see,
    How TIME STANDS STILL when she is next to me
    Whether in my arms, or in my dreams.

    Now watching each day as you grow
    The changing of features from head to toe,
    The smiles and giggles that make you glow
    And the way you let your spirit show.

    So, I'll make a promise to you now
    To raise you the best that I know how,
    To teach you to always be confident and proud
    So that you always stand out above the crowd!

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  21. 19. Because You're My Mom

    • By Linda Arlene Fassett
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems November 2009

    Dedicated to my daughter, Deanna Nicole, in the hopes that she will remember when we were best friends. I cry every time I read this because I pray she one day feels this way toward me again. I miss you so very much my daughter, my best friend.
    Love, Mom

    Poem To Mom From Daughter

    Because you are my mom, you loved me before I was ever seen.
    You thanked God for this miracle, this little human being.
    So exciting, yet fragile it all must have seemed to you then.
    Hearing my little heart beat inside you, now life begins.

    Because you are my mom, no pain was too great for you to bear.
    Now you're a mother and I your child with joys and pains to share.
    And so into this world my life began, each breath now on my own.
    One day we will look back at just how much I've grown.

    Because you are my mom, you worried for me within your every bone.
    You finally let go of my little hand to take my first steps on my own.
    Because you are my mom, you showed me through the years
    To care about others and their feelings and the things they hold dear.

    Because you are my mom, you taught me right from wrong,
    Understanding that my faith in God will forever keep me strong,
    Showing me that being my own person is the only tool I'll need
    When morals and values are your foundation to succeed.

    Because you are my mom, you loved me enough to also be my friend.
    You would be right there in ways that no one could see or ever comprehend.
    When there was no way I thought you could ever understand,
    There you would be, non-judging and willing to lend a hand.

    Because you are my mom, God's gift to me was you
    As your daughter, I will always love you
    And promise to be true.
    I thank you for so many things, and will try to never make you sad or blue.

    Because you are my mom, and one day I will be a mother too,
    I pray I never forget all that you've been through.
    I am your daughter, and in your image I am proud to be.
    By the grace of God you were created, and then I came to be.

    Poem To Mom From Daughter, Because You're My Mom

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  22. 20. Dear Mom I Adore You

    • By Bri
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems September 2009

    I dedicate this poem to my mom who has been my inspiration for almost everything I do. She tries her best to give my family and I everything and I want to be just like her.

    I'm the spitting image heir to you,
    we think and act the same.
    I'm your child and your daughter,
    to whom you gave life and name.

    You're my role model and hero,
    who takes me here and there
    I am truly very lucky
    to be your spitting image heir

    When times are rough you comfort me,
    and hold me in your arms.
    At night when I am scared
    you save me from all harms

    You are everything I could want to be,
    but simply you're much more.
    You're a role model and mother
    this is what I do adore.

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