Share these Mothers Day poems with your Mom. Mothers are
special people, who always love us no matter what. Make sure to
take the time to say thanks to the woman who raised and loved you. And,
no matter how old you are she will always care for you. Being a Mother
does not stop when her children grow up, they are always her children and
she will always love them deeply. A special bond is always there between a mother
and her child.
Short Mothers Day Poems
Here's to my dear Mother,
For she's old and her hair is grey;
But that I love her best of all,
I'm not ashamed to say.
To the mother who bore me,
There's no one more bold,
She's dearer by far
Than all of earth's gold.
To our mothers,
God bless them every one.
May the eyes of the Fathers and the love of the Sons
Watch over and protect them - keep them holy and pure,
With life to sustain and health to endure.
Mom, I appreciate you
For all you are and all you do.
How blessed I was to have
A Mom like you!
A mother's love is so sweet and pure.
It's like honey on a honeycomb.
A mother's love is soft, so soft like a teddy bear.
A mother's love is so warm; it's warm like hot cocoa on a cold day.
A mother's love is like a blanket it covers you and keeps you safe.
A mother's love is honest; she's never mean or rude.
A mother's love is trustworthy; you can trust her with anything.
I wouldn't trade a mother's love for nothing.
She's sweet, loving, caring and understanding.
Thatís a mother's love!
"A mother is the one who is still there when everyone else has deserted you."
"Nothing else will ever make you as happy or as sad, as proud or as tired,
"Who ran to help me when I fell, and would pretty story tell, or kiss the place to make it well? My Mother!"
"Many of us who are mothers already know that being a mother is the toughest job there is. In a single day you can travel
from the depths of frustration to the pinnacle of elation!"
June Cotner, Mothers and Daughters: A Poetry Celebration
"Words cannot express my gratitude to you Mom for all the love and support
you have given me."