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  1. My Mother

    Mother Acrostic Poem

    M-My life would be a mess without you.
    O-Of many sacrifices, I can remember you made and ever do.
    T-The selfless love and kindness is an abundant blessing.
    H-Heart of yours as beautiful as the view of a sun rising.

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  3. Motherhood

    Motherhood Acrostic Poem

    M is for Mummy or Mama or Mum.
    O is for Organized. No? It will come!
    T is for Tantrums and Terrible Twos;
    H is for Hurry! A dash for the loos!

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  4. To Be A Mom

    To be a mom is to love unconditionally for life.
    To be a mom is to support in times of trouble and strife.
    To be a mom is to know you can't be perfect all the time.
    To be a mom is a having a mountain every day to climb.

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  6. A Mother's Struggles

    • By Christina Vasquez
    • Published: February 2018

    The struggle to survive
    To survive the daily chaos
    The chaos that leads to frustration
    The frustration that makes her find her strength

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  7. A Woman's Worth

    • By Ashanti Holliday
    • Published: October 2008
    Treating Mother With Disrespect

    She gave life. She is a wife.
    She is a mother and she is a friend.
    She is a sister, a survivor 'til the end.

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    I love so much when a young person realizes all that her mother gave to her freely and willingly. My children were taught to turn from me, and all I hang onto is the hope that they remember...

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  8. Thank You

    • By Nandini Doshi
    • Published: November 2016
    Mom, You Are Everything To Me

    You are the one
    With whom I find solace.
    You are the one
    Who won't leave me in any case.

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  10. My Wonderful Mum

    • By Michelle Tei
    • Published: April 2009

    Mum, there is none like you in this whole wild world.
    You are special and so dear to me.
    You've loved me from the day I was born.
    Even though I am a woman now,

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  11. Mother

    • By RedRiverGirl
    • Published: April 22, 2019
    Mother Acrostic Poem Unconditional Love

    My worries hang heavy on her boughs
    Our scars look the same, carved into her forgiving bark.
    This world only knows change, but her roots are unmoving.
    Her hurt is mine, and mine is written onto her heart.

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  12. Mother

    • By Samantha K. George
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Mother Causing Daughter Pain

    MOTHER

    Mother, why do you
    treat me like

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  13. Especially For You, Mom

    • By Travis J. Harris
    • Published: February 2006

    I'm writing this poem for you, Mom,
    because I want this poem to be
    my own special way of showing you
    how much you mean to me.

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    This poem paints an exact picture of my relationship with my mother. I left home when I was about 16 years old and never went back. I was even homeless at one point after leaving home. My mom...

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