Find verses about mothers that will remind you how special Moms are! Short poems and verses that reflect love and appreciation for all that Mothers do each and every day for us. Share these verses with your Mother, make her feel special every day!
Every true mother anywhere,
Old or young, rich or poor,
Lives a life of sacrifice
For her children, good or vice.
She asks for nothing in return,
But her heart so yearns to see
Us successful, and become
The worthy person she had hoped we'd be.
Mother and Care
Poet: Camille Mayka
M is for mother
Her beauty's so great.
The love that she gives us is ever so sweet.
Our fights and fits must drive her nuts.
But she loves us too much to make a big fuss.
Her voice is so comforting
Her smiles is so sweet
I'm really glad she's mine to keep.
Poet: Linda Petrick
My mom is special
She is sweet and kind
Nice and not mean in any way
She is happy and pretty
She gives me treats
And if you meet her you would
Agree I am very happy to have
A mom like that.
The portraits of famous men and women
Are yellow with age like valuable linen.
But the laughter I've had through all the years
Can never be dulled by later tears,
You gave me joy and all good things,
You are a mother with angel's wings.
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
Encouragement and support a mother gives
A mother always sees the positive.
A mother always loves and cares
No matter what she is always there.
An example of unconditional love
For her, I thank God above.
To-day’s your natal day,
Sweet flowers I bring;
Mother, accept, I pray,
And may you happy live,
And long us bless;
Receiving as you give
Star Of My Life
E'en ere I breathed the breath of life,
Your prayers, like rays of heavenly light,
Illumined safe paths for me to tread,
To point my ways in places bright.
Through childhood days of helplessness
And mystery, strange pain and tears,
You led me ever from the depths
Of joyless hours, from needs or fears:
Star of my life — My Mother.
New interests with added years
Have come, but none that does imbue
With greater faith than your sure love;
No orb that gleams more brightly through
The clouds that float across my view
To peace and happiness and God,
To guide, to comfort, to sustain,
As life's uneven course I plod:
Star of my life— My Mother.
I know 'tis not without distress
You've kept your light before my feet;
Oft times I've followed errant bent
And brought you grief and sore defeat.
But your true life and patient love
Have e'er kept plain the surer way.
Though I fall short, you have not failed;
For this I honor you today:
Star of my life — My Mother.
New International Version
She is clothed with strength and dignity;
she can laugh at the days to come.
She speaks with wisdom,
and faithful instruction is on her tongue.
She watches over the affairs of her household
and does not eat the bread of idleness.
Her children arise and call her blessed;
her husband also, and he praises her