22 Mothers Day Poems

Mothers Day Poems that express the love and joy for that special woman in our lives. A mother, no matter what age, never stops being a mom. She is there for solace, grief, happiness, counsel, and forever love.

Make sure you tell your mom just how much she is loved and appreciated not just on mother's day but throughout your life. After all, we only have one mum!

1. Mom Poems 2. Tribute To A Mother
3. Mom Knows Best 4. Words For A Wonderful Mother
5. Mothers Day Poem From Son 6. Mother Daughter Poems
7. Poems On Mother 8. Verses About Mothers
9.For Moms 10. You Only Get One Mother
11. Mother In Law Poems 12. A Mother's Love Poem
13. Grandma Poems 14. Prayer for Mother

  1. Happy Mother's Day To A Special Mom
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer

    Happy Mother's Day to You
    May it be happy through and through
    I want to say I love you so
    Mom, I hope this poem will show:

    How much you are loved and appreciated to
    I am so thankful for all you do
    You have positively influenced my life
    And are always there when I faced strife.

    No words can ever express
    How as a Mom you are a success
    I love you today and tomorrow too
    From the bottom of my heart, I love you!

  2. Short Words of Appreciation
    Poet: Unknown

    As I grow older, Mom, I see
    How many things you did for me,
    And now, with all my love I say -
    Thanks, Mom, and have a happy day!

  3. You My Mom
    Poet: Catherine Pulsifer, 2012

    For all the things you have done
    For all the sacrifices you made
    For all the love you shared
    For all the work you did

    I will always appreciate you
    I will always respect you
    I will always look up to you
    I will always love you

    You, my Mom, are great
    You, my Mom, are the best
    You, my Mom, there is no other
    You, my Mom, are a blessing

    So on this special day
    To recognize you
    I say Thank You Mom
    For all you do.

  4. My Mother
    Poet: Franklin Bell

    Beautiful is my mother,
    And sweet as she can be,
    I love her very much,
    And I know that she loves me.

    She has my dinner ready
    When I come home at noon;
    I'll try not to say a bad word,
    For Mother's Day is soon.

  5. Number 1 Mom
    Poet: B. Rivers, 2012

    No matter how old I am
    I always remember what you taught me
    The values, the rights and wrongs
    Have guided me through many a day

    Thank you Mom, for all you do
    Thank you Mom, for all you've done
    Always remember in my books
    You will be my Number 1.

  6. Mothers Day Is Every Day
    Poet: Julie Hebert, 2012

    Mother's Day is but once a year.
    A normality that isn't right.
    Mothers should be celebrated every day,
    This is up to you to be made right.

    Mothers have given each of us,
    So much to be grateful for.
    They've given, went without and did all they can,
    To make sure we had the chance to soar.

    And this is why one day a year,
    Just isn't remotely enough.
    Each and every day of the year they deserve,
    Breakfast in bed and their pillows fluffed.

    If I know my mother this would not be allowed,
    And she'd say nothing should be done.
    So a little thank you's and lots of hugs and kisses,
    Every day shows you appreciate your Mom.

  7. My Mother
    Poet: Ann Taylor

    Who fed me from her gentle breast.
    And hushed me in her arms to rest.
    And on my cheek sweet kisses prest?
    My Mother.

    When sleep forsook my open eye.
    Who was it sung sweet hushaby
    And rocked me that I should not cry?
    My Mother.

    Who sat and watched my infant head
    When sleeping on my cradle bed,
    And tears of sweet affection shed?
    My Mother.

    When pain and sickness made me cry,
    Who gazed upon my heavy eye.
    And wept for fear that I should die?
    My Mother.

    Who dressed my doll in clothes so gay.
    And taught me pretty how to play.
    And minded all I had to say ?
    My Mother.

    Who ran to help me when I fell.
    And would some pretty story tell.
    Or kiss the place to make it well?
    My Mother.

    Who taught my infant lips to pray.
    And love God's holy Book and day,
    And walk in wisdom's pleasant way?
    My Mother.

    And can I ever cease to be
    Affectionate and kind to thee.
    Who was so very kind to me,
    My Mother.

    Ah ! no, the thought I cannot bear.
    And, if God please my life to spare,
    I hope I shall reward thy care.
    My Mother.

    When thou art feeble, old, and grey,
    My healthy arms shall be thy stay,
    And I will soothe thy pains away,
    My Mother.

    And when I see thee hang thy head,
    Twill be my turn to watch thy bed.
    And tears of sweet affection shed.
    My Mother.

    For could our Father in the skies
    Look down with pleased or loving eyes
    If ever I could dare despise
    My Mother.

  8. The Mother
    Robert William Service (1874 - 1958)

    There will be a singing in your heart,
    There will be a rapture in your eyes;
    You will be a woman set apart,
    You will be so wonderful and wise.
    You will sleep, and when from dreams you start,
    As of one that wakes in Paradise,
    There will be a singing in your heart,
    There will be a rapture in your eyes.

    There will be a moaning in your heart,
    There will be an anguish in your eyes;
    You will see your dearest ones depart,
    You will hear their quivering good-byes.
    Yours will be the heart-ache and the smart,
    Tears that scald and lonely sacrifice;
    There will be a moaning in your heart,
    There will be an anguish in your eyes.

    There will come a glory in your eyes,
    There will come a peace within your heart;
    Sitting 'neath the quiet evening skies,
    Time will dry the tear and dull the smart.
    You will know that you have played your part;
    Yours shall be the love that never dies:
    You, with Heaven's peace within your heart,
    You, with God's own glory in your eyes.
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Mothers Day is a day to honor your Mom and the speical women in your life. It is a day that is celebrated around the world. No matter where you live in the world, the one thing we all have in common is that we all have a Mother. In North America, it is celebrated and recognized on the second Sunday in May.

As Abraham Lincoln once said,
"All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother."

As you read the poems we hope they remind you of how special Moms are. We sometimes take our Mom for granted, and no matter what they are always there for us. You don't have to wait for Mother's Day to tell your Mom how much you love and appreciate her.

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