Mom Poems by Teens

Poems about Moms

Mom's are the most important individuals in our lives. We begin our lives completely dependent on them for our every need. Many believe that we search for aspects of the mother child relationship throughout our entire lives. Love it or hate it, she was your first love and will never be gone from your heart. You will always be in her heart also. Try telling her not to love you, try telling to her to forget you existed. It is impossible. Unless you are a mom yourself, you can never understand the intensity of this love.


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  1. Mum, I Love You

    • By Tiffany
    • Published: August 2009
    Poem For Mum

    Mum, it's hard to find the words to say
    To show how much you mean to me,
    But if it weren't for your love and care,
    I don't know where I'd be.

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    • Rating 4.19
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    I feel so sorry for you. I can feel how sad you are because my dad lost his mum last year, and I know how important mums are to life.

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  3. Just This One Mother's Day

    • By Rebecca
    • Published: May 2010

    If I could pick one day to have her here,
    I'd choose it to be this mother's day.
    This occasion out of all the others,
    It's going to be harder than words could say....

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    • Votes 143
    • Rating 4.45
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    This is the first mothers day without her. I am 16. My siblings are 5, 4, and 1.... They don't know how hard it was watching her die but at least I got to know her. I'll be going to her grave...

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  4. Thank You, Mom

    • By Abby
    • Published: May 2015
    Poem About My Mom


    If you don't know
    How much you mean
    Not just to the world
    But also to me

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    • Votes 179
    • Rating 4.43
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    My mom is the happiness of my life. I never laugh as much with other as I do with her. Can never have fun without her. I can never repay her sacrifices. The only thing I can do is to make her...

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  6. Yearning For Approval From Mom

    • By Cristin Gomez
    • Published: September 2011

    Days go by we haven't talked
    The silence between us grows
    And inside I yell why can't you love me for me?
    She might be deaf and blind too...

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    • Stories 3
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    • Favorited 11
    • Votes 124
    • Rating 4.39
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    The similarities between this poem and the relationship with my mother are uncanny. It's a perfect depiction of how my life is with her and how she makes me feel.

  7. Her Little Girl

    • By Emily V
    • Published: October 2016
    Heartwarming Poem About The Journey Of A Mother

    She sees her little girl crying.
    She sees her little girl walking.
    She sees her little girl talking.
    She sees her little girl playing.

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    • Stories 2
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    • Votes 57
    • Rating 4.37
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    I like this poem. It makes me miss my mom. I know that my mom needs to do everything to give me the best. She watches me during every special time of my life. I know that my mom will always...

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  8. My Angel Dear

    • By Brittany Renee Parsons
    • Published: May 2011

    My mother is my Angel
    Of that I know for sure.

    Through her seldom smiles ...

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    • Votes 139
    • Rating 4.35
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    I seen this poem and it helped me feel good and get the courage to go and tell my mom when she waves as I leave for school it warms my heart. As she tells me good night. Thank you.

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  10. To My Son

    • By Sarah Flores
    • Published: June 2010
    Poem To Baby From Teen Mom

    My baby, my son, my precious prince
    Sent straight from Heaven and loved ever since
    A gift from God to handle with care
    A heart of gold for you to share...

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    • Stories 2
    • Shares 35
    • Favorited 1
    • Votes 186
    • Rating 4.33
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    I LOVE your poem. You have such dedication to your child. I am the same way, the only difference is I lost my son at 11 months to the father's mother who took him out of spite because I left...

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  11. Because I'm Your Kid

    • By Camellia Gros
    • Published: July 2008
    A Letter From A Teen To Her Mom

    Because I'm your kid, let me have my space.
    Because I'm your kid, don't push me away.
    Just because we fight, does it mean I don't want you in my life?

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    • Votes 113
    • Rating 4.05
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    Finally, a poem that says how I sometimes feel at age 15.
    Most of the poems I have read show the mother as the always perfect one with whom there is never a disagreement. That, at least for...

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  12. A Fight

    • By Carly L. Dearing
    • Published: February 2006
    It Feels Like Mom Hates Me

    Tears stream down my face
    She hates me, I just know it
    'I can't stand her' she tells him
    To my room and shut the door

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    • Stories 2
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    • Favorited 1
    • Votes 81
    • Rating 3.98
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    I know how you feel my life is like that now and always has been. I just wish everything would STOP. I sometimes wonder if anybody would truly miss me or not.

  13. Today My Mother Died

    • By Sania Harris
    • Published: May 2008

    Today my mother died
    Silently without a sign
    No inkling about her sadness
    Even though we filled her with madness...

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    • Stories 2
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    • Votes 67
    • Rating 3.88
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    this poem touched me is exactly how I felt when my mother died, I was only eight years old at the time so I felt responsible for giving her headaches. my mother was my everything...

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