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Short Mother Poems

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A mother's love is something no words can truly capture. Our first moments of life depend heavily on our mothers as well as our fathers but I wanted to focus specifically on moms and the impact they leave on their children.

These great poems can inspire you on Mother's Day or bring a fond memory back into your mind. Whether you're an expecting mom or someone that recently lost your mother: My collection can help you cope.

Today, I have written some poetry dedicated to a mother and child bond. These poems range in tone and topic. Here are some great mother poems.

It Was You

It was you that

guided my first

steps

and never left my

side

You were there

For me

whenever I called out your

name

It was you

Mother





Your Hands

Your hands taught me religion

and washed me clean

Your hands was a dwelling place

to be

The tears I cried

your hands dried

It is your hands now

mother

that I miss the most


No One Like Mom

No one like mom

Her feet are rose petals

beautiful and unique

Her laughter like thunder

on a awesome day

No there is no one

like mom

The stories she recites

give heroes their due

rights

Mom is a catalyst

A fortress in spring

No one can match her

She is my queen





Mom To Be

The excitement lingers in the air

days spent on specific food cravings

as her belly grows bigger

The first kick a

rewarding experience only a

mom to be can live

to tell

as she writes a new chapter

to her life

The gift of motherhood

Mothers

Emotional yet strong

Women

Hopeless multi taskers

Forgiving and caring

angels

A rock to lean on


Comments

Farrah Young from Lagos, Nigeria on July 01, 2020:

Beautiful poems. Mothers truly are beautiful. It's amazing the love a mother has for her child and the strong bond that develops between them over time.

Bet science doesn't have an explanation to that yet.

Liz Westwood from UK on June 28, 2020:

This is a great collection. Your use of the word 'multitaskers' raised a smile.

Theblogchick (author) from United States on June 27, 2020:

Thanks Anupam.

Anupam Mitu from MUMBAI on June 27, 2020:

nice collection! Mother, the divine one