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  1. The Mothering Job

    • By Marian N. Kehrley
    • Published: February 2006

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    I watched my Mom fill out an application.
    I looked at the line that asks about past professions.
    I thought to myself, that space is too small
    To write down what she's been, to cover it all.

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    Hi Marian, thanks for your poem. Yes, mothers are special; that's for sure. I'm fortunate to have had mine, but it makes one think of the disadvantages those people who do not have a loving,...

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  3. Do What I Can't

    Taking Mother For Granted Poem

    Make sure to call mama on Mother's Day
    Her birthday and the rest
    You know she's sitting by the phone
    Wishing you all the best....

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    It's been 38 years since she fell asleep in Christ, but for 38 years it has never failed to bring tears to my eyes that my valiant mother lost her battle to cancer. She was a loving, tender,...

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  4. Am I A Soldier?

    • By Joni Gomez
    • Published: February 2006


    I am a soldier but not in a war
    I never shot a gun or seen all the gore.
    But I go into battle each and every day...

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  6. My God Daughter

    • By Rebecca L. Martell
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Being A Godmother

    The day I was asked
    if I would feel blessed
    to accept responsibility
    of a lifetime request....

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    This poem has touched my heart in so many ways. When my best friend found she was pregnant, she asked me if I would do the honor of being her child's godmother. That day I was very blessed...

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  7. Single Mom

    • By Tiara S. Winston
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Being A Single Parent

    I sit and look out upon the life of a single parent
    I hear the single mother's selfless cries of loneliness for her child in the still darkness of the night
    I see the mother awaking her child with a playful game of peek-a-boo with a smile as warm and bright as the afternoon sun at its apex of the day
    I mark the loving kindness she expresses toward her son even with the all the trials and tribulations this world puts upon her...

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    My story is not that unique. I'm a single parent of 3 children from different dads. My eldest is 11 and my middle child is 10. I prayed to have a child, and it's okay not to have a man. But...

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  8. Poem For Ryan-Love Ma

    • By Robyn A. Blankenship
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem To My First Born Son

    To my first born son, eldest of four
    Whom I've always loved and adored
    You're such a good son, and also big brother
    You've always made me proud to be your mother...

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    This poem had made me realize how beautiful it is to be blessed with a handsome child like mine.

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  10. If I Could Build A Friend

    • By Lisa M. Farley
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Mother Being A Friend

    If I were able to build a friend, I'd choose the qualities on which I could depend.
    Her eyes would tell me how much she cared, and relieve my hurt when I felt alone and scared.
    She'd smile that smile that says it'll be okay, I'm always here for you night and day.
    She'd cry with me when my world fell apart, and I'd know the tears were from her heart....

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    Beautiful poem. True indeed. Lovely!

  11. My Mother, My Friend

    • By Amber Couture
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem About A Child Admiring Her Mother

    The strength you have is astounding.
    The miracles you work are brilliant.
    I look up to you and ask you for guidance.
    I admire all that you are.

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  12. My Mom

    • By Terry W. Kraemer
    • Published: May 2016
    Poem About Always Needing A Mom

    I will always need my mom,
    regardless of my age.
    She's made me laugh, made me cry.
    Her love will never fade.

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    Aw, such a cute poem. It's very inspiration and very true. Mothers have always been there for us.

  13. Through My Mother's Eyes

    • By Jessica R. Nickell
    • Published: February 2006
    Thank You, Mom!

    My mother sees me as a bright, beautiful girl.
    Who's all grown up in this busy world.
    Who's funny, courageous, brave, and strong.
    Who's intelligent and knows right from wrong.

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    As we grew older, through her eyes we learn what wisdom is all about. She herself had attained wisdom and became knowledgeable enough to deter her undisciplined children back on the road to...

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