Thank You Poems

Appreciation Poems

Saying thank you can be a difficult thing to do. Doing so means admitting that you are in another's debt. I am admitting that another individual did something for me. I am not all powerful, I need the help of others to survive. The reality is that the human race is interdependent. We cannot live life alone. We are constantly relying on each other for all kinds of resources, both physical and emotional. When I say thank you I am acknowledging that I have received something from another human being.

Poems about Being Thankful for Family

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  1. Always Watching

    • By Skye D. Barker
    • Published: February 2006
    Grateful For How Much Mom Has Done Over A Lifetime

    I was watching you sleep the other day
    And prayed that it would last
    The peace that rested on your face
    I'd never seen in the past

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    Your words about mother brought tears to me. Three years ago, my mother passed away. She was 92+ at that time but very happy personality. Being the youngest child, I have seen her just...

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  3. My Angels

    • By Billie Jo Ferrin
    • Published: March 2011
    Family Relationship Poem

    Just when I think the world has me beat
    My two angels help me to my feet

    They are always there whenever I call...

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  4. Daddy's Girl

    • By Jazmyn M. Winder
    • Published: February 2006
    Thanks For Being My Dad Poem

    I sit here and daydream of
    my future and how it seems
    I can picture my wedding day
    my daddy walking me down the aisle...

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    Hello everybody I just decided to google my name today and I completely forgot that my poem was on this site. My name is Jazmyn M Winder and I am the writer of this poem I was 16 years old...

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  6. A God Sent Gift, A Beautiful Wife

    Your life on this earth has been a blessing to so many a soul
    My dear wife I hope that is something that you already know

    I know what your life here has meant to me...

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    Well just to make things short instead of a long story, all I ever wanted was to meet a good woman to have a family with, for a good man like me that was married one time, before my wife of...

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  7. A Tribute To Family

    • By Michelle A. Moran
    • Published: February 2006
    Thank You Poem From Family To Parents

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    I don't know when it started,
    Or how it all began,
    But God created families,
    As only our Lord can.

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    This poem reminds me of my mom's side of the family and my dad's side. We love each other and we're glad that God put us together.

  8. You Are My Heart And Soul

    • By Elizabeth A. Robinson
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem Thanking Mom

    Thank you...
    For standing by me through thick and thin
    For not giving up on me when I didn't win
    For your patience when I kept pushing you away...

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    This poem is simple to understand, but in its simplicity you find beautiful truths about what a mother is and what they do. This is simply beautiful, I couldn't hold back my tears. Great poem.

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  10. A Mother's Love

    • By Yasmine Ellaz
    • Published: May 7, 2018
    For A Mother Who Has Always Been There For Her Child

    Mum, thank you for keeping me close to your heart.
    Thank you for never allowing me to fall apart.
    Thank you for holding me up for all these years,
    But most of all, thank you for drying my tears.

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  11. Parental Honor

    • By Rich C. Draper
    • Published: December 2016
    Families Leaving A Legacy

    I was born in the arms of my own king and queen.
    They raised me as they were, in the life they had seen.

    My queen guarded and protected me as her queen did before.

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    This shows me to always respect your parents because one day they will leave and you are going to have to do it on your own. That is what the poem means to me.

  12. My Thank You

    • By Meghan N. Faber
    • Published: February 2006
    Big Sis, Little Sis

    You've always been there,
    making sure I was okay.
    The one who helped me be
    the kind of person I am today.

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    My baby sister , Ann Marie , unfortunately died at a very tender age , leaving her two young sons without their beautiful mother. this poem reminded me that I carry her in my heart always ....

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  13. The Greatest Parents On Earth

    Thank You Poem To Parents

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    I will never take for granted
    how greatly I've been blessed;
    For when it comes to parents,
    Mom and Dad, you are the best!.

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    This really touched my heart. It almost made me cry.

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