Son Poems

Son Poems

Father To Son Poems

The relationship of a son towards both his parents is very complex. A son will likely feel a close bond with his mother, yet see his father as an adversary and competitor. When a son sees how his father interacts with his mother he will either attempt to model his father's behavior or reject his father's example of relationships with women. From the parents' point of view, having a son can be one of the greatest joys they will ever experience but also one of the greatest challenges. Balancing the need to offer freedom to your son while placing appropriate boundaries may be an area of contention.

Mother To Son Poems

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  1. Through My Eyes

    Poem About My Special Needs Son

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    Through my eyes
    All I see
    Is a perfect little boy
    Staring back at me

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    A poem of profound love, insight, dedication and patience, Steph. Mothers frequently bring out the best in us. All the best to you and your son. Kind regards, Paul.

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  3. Never Unsaid

    Love For My Son Poem

    I never want this to go unsaid,
    So here in this poem is for it to be said.
    There are no words to express how much you mean to me,
    A son like you, I thought could never be.

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    I'll never forget the day I found out I was going to be a mommy. I was scared to death since I was only 16. I didn't know the first thing about being a mother. Then all that fear went away. I...

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  4. My Little Boy

    • By Sabrina A. Hernandez
    • Published: February 2006

    No amount of gold could ever compare to the gift of love that my son shares.
    I've been blind and I couldn't see that all the love I've wanted is right here in front of me.
    He gives me reason to get through another day.
    Maybe it's how he loves me in his special little way.

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    A newborn in my life that God has chosen for me! Oh my God a 7lb 3 once bundle of joy, this child, this blessing that the Lord has sent to me! The most precious of time, sleeping on my...

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  6. Our Journey

    • By Anita Gilmore
    • Published: November 2008
    Poem From Mother To Son Joining The Marines

    Our journey is almost over
    but yours, my son, has just begun.
    As we finish up on this roller coaster of a ride
    You will soon begin a new kind of ride.

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    Laura Johnson, as I was reading your reply, I was taken back. My son's name is Aaron and he, too, was sent to MCRD San Diego and will be graduating from boot camp next week on Friday. What...

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  7. I Hope You Know How Much I Love You

    • By Rita Luna
    • Published: February 2006
    Mother To Son Poem

    To My Son,
    I hope you know how much I love you so.
    I might embarrass you from time to time
    By giving lots of love and needless kisses,

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    You are NOT alone. Hold onto hope. Find peace in your heart. I lost 15 years and 3 weeks with my son. No contact, minimal updates. I was on a bad path, sent my son to his father (I wanted...

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  8. To My Son

    Poem About Mom Always Supporting Son

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    Oh, how the years go by.
    Oh, how time can certainly fly.
    From once just a thought in faraway dreams,
    now into my arms and in my eyes gleam

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    My first born will be 22 in a couple of months. I thought for sure he would be home for a long time to be. I miss my son's face and laughter everyday. I get jealous when I hear someone...

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  10. The Responsibility Of Fatherhood

    BEFORE you came, my little lad,
    I used to think that I was good,
    Some vicious habits, too, I had,
    But wouldn't change them if I could.

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  11. Grandpa's Lesson

    How Not To Be A Sore Loser

    Though Grandpa was a quiet man, he taught his lessons well.
    He showed me ways to understand with stories I still tell.

    The first time I had lost a game, he told me what to do.

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  12. Boys

    Poem About The Adventures Of Little Boys

    Bullseyes and targets, marbles and darts.
    Little green bugs and bicycle parts.
    Frogs in their pockets, worms in their shirt.
    A boy is a boy for all he is worth.

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  13. Missing You

    • By Mary E. Ferstler
    • Published: February 2006
    Son Choosing The Wrong Path

    I miss my son
    who used to be
    who cared about himself
    and his family

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    I was a single mother of one, my son who is now 29 years old (30 in September). This will be the first birthday that he and I will not be together because up until two years ago my son was a...

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