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  1. 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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  3. All That A Mom Should Be

    • By Ashley M. Lassiter
    • Published: February 2006

    She is someone who loves
    She is someone who cares
    She protects, nurtures, and keeps a
    person smiling....

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  4. My Mother

    • By Arun Bahadur Gurung
    • Published: April 11, 2019
    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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  6. Mom

    • By Joshua flowers
    • Published: November 2007
    Child Writes About His Mother's Love

    MOM'S LOVE

    Mom, you were always there when I was sick
    ...

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    My mother has always been my mother and my best friend. I did a lot of things that let her down even made her cry but despite it all she stayed by my side and loved me the same. So to all...

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  7. Brayton

    • By Candi L. Pletcher
    • Published: February 2006
    Proud Of Your Mommy


    The day I found out,
    I couldn't believe that God would trust me with a baby.
    At first, I'll admit I was scared and confused, ...

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  8. A Mother's Call

    • By Loretta A. Pitilli
    • Published: February 2006
    Definition Of A Mother Poem

    images of your children
    forever on your screen
    separation, anxiety and love
    the blessed trinity

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  10. Mom's The Best

    • By Janani
    • Published: July 2008
    Poems About The Best Mom

    when I am in the dark,
    she is the light from me
    when I am in the hot sun,
    she is shade for me...

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    Mom I love you. You are everything to me. Who cares what people say nobody knows and loves you like I do. You are my everything I can't live without you, miles away from you I can't sleep...

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  11. A Mother's Love

    Poem About A Mother Always Being There

    When her children are asleep,
    she is right there to watch over them
    When they open their eyes,
    she is right there to greet them...

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  12. Dear Mom

    • By Amber Adkins
    • Published: March 2015
    Poem About Needing A Mom

    There's not a single day that goes by
    That I don't think about you.
    You're the reason my hair is dark brown
    And my eyes are so blue.

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  13. Stairway To Heaven

    • By Joaquin G. Rubio
    • Published: February 2006
    Death Of Mother Poem

    Dedicated to my Mom

    My dad and I are traveling to my mom's "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN"
    With us we have a gold square box filled with ashes...

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