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  1. She Makes A House A Home

    • By Maggie Bernard
    • Published: May 2016
    A Mother Always Loves Poem

    The lady who has loved you as you've grown
    will always love and cherish you for all time.
    She has the greatest heart ever known.

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    • Rating 4.33
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  3. For All Women In My Life

    • By Malcolm Yendaw
    • Published: December 2014
    You Have Helped Me Grow

    How can I thank you for your support,
    For the guidance, prayers, and help of all sorts?

    So much you have done that I could never repay.

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    • Rating 4.30
  4. A Special Love

    • By Bindiya M. Bissasir
    • Published: May 7, 2020
    A Mom Who Lights Up My Life

    You're like the sun
    that brightens the day.
    When you're not there,
    the light goes away.

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  6. 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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    • Rating 4.07
  7. How Can I Say Thank You Enough?

    • By Verliza T. Gajeles
    • Published: May 10, 2020
    Expressing How Thankful I Am For My Mom

    These are the words I've constructed in my mind,
    to say thank you for all that you've done.
    But words are somehow hard to find.
    Before I could say it, they're long gone.

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    • Rating 4.00
  8. 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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    • Rating 3.91
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  10. A Mother's Hug

    • By Amber L. Alaniz
    • Published: May 10, 2020
    The Comfort Of A Mother's Hug

    A mother's hug is as warm as could be,
    For if you haven't had one, you will see.
    Her hug shoves out remorse and despair
    And fills happiness into the once empty air.

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    • Rating 3.86
  11. 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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  12. 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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    • Rating 4.26
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  13. 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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