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  1. 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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    • Rating 4.35
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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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  3. 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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  4. Guardian Angel

    • By Christopher G. Parham
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem From Son To Mom

    You make the sun shine on a cloudy day
    When I'm sick you kiss the pain away
    Your tender voice took away my fears
    Your hand that wiped away my tears...

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    • Rating 4.33
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    I love my mommy!!!! she is one of the best things that EVER happened to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. A Woman's Capability

    • By Tejas P
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem About All That A Mother Handles

    She is the "Rhinoceros Beetle,"
    There is nothing she can't handle.
    She is the burning candle, spreading light,
    Pushing darkness away, inviting it to be bright.

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    • Rating 4.33
  7. A Mother's Struggle

    • By Tiara A. White
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Difficulties Being A Mom

    Sluggish and tired she awakens from
    her sleep
    To go in check in on her babies she's
    careful and she creeps...

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    • Rating 4.32
  8. My Precious Gift

    • By Michelle R. Upchurch
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Mom Reminiscing On Daughter's Childhood

    I remember the day you entered my world
    The doctor said it's a baby girl
    I counted all your fingers and your toes
    That's just what you do, every mother knows....

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    • Rating 4.31
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  10. I Love You Mom

    • By Marcus Moore
    • Published: October 2010
    Son To Mother Poem

    My mother is so special to me, she's more than just a friend.
    Whenever I need her, she will always give me a hand.

    She loves me, even from when I was a child

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  11. My Mom

    • By Junior Guerra
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A True Mother



    A woman whom I love...
    Waits outside my bedroom door....

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    • Rating 4.31
  12. What Would I Do Without You?

    • By Martina Middleton
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About Owing Everything To Mom

    Ever since I was a little girl, you showed me right from wrong;
    inspired me with your courage, put me to bed with a song..

    When you got sick and almost died, ...

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    Dear Mom,

    You always keep me safe. You taught me left to right, and you were never wrong. I can always count on you. I do would not know what to do without you. I love you. Mom!

  13. A Mother's Unconditional Love

    • By Dollie A. Payne
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem About A Special Child

    I have a child with special needs,
    he is great, yes indeed.
    People may look at him in a different way,
    but he's like any other little boy wanting to play....

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    Can I copy this in our newsletter for special for mother's of special needs.

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