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Lovely Poems for Mom (Celebrating Mother’s Day)

Lovely Poems for Mom: Are you looking for a classic poem to show love to your mom on Mother’s Day or on a very normal day? Look no more because I have you covered with the best of poems to show love to her.

Lovely Poems for Mom on Mother's Day and other Significant Days

Lovely Poems for Mom

Mothers hold a very special place in our hearts and as such, stir our emotions when their ID is being mentioned or remembered.

Mothers are indeed a vital part of our being and their role and importance must not be underappreciated. The Lovely Poems for Mom shows how mothers are the backbone of each family and should be constantly showered with love.

Below are some Lovely Poems for Mom poems to help you express your love and devoutness to her and show her your genuine appreciation.

1. Super Mom

Mom, you’re a wonderful mother,
So gentle, yet so strong.
The many ways you show you care
Always make me feel I belong.

You’re patient when I’m foolish;
You give guidance when I ask;
It seems you can do most anything;
You’re the master of every task.

You’re a dependable source of comfort;
You’re my cushion when I fall.
You help in times of trouble;
You support me whenever I call.

I love you more than you know;
You have my total respect.
If I had my choice of mothers,
You’d be the one I’d select!

By Joanna Fuchs

2. Guiding Light Mom

Mom, from the time I was really young,

I realized I had someone…you,

who always cared,

who always protected me,

who was always there for me no matter what.

You taught me right from wrong,

and pushed me to do the right thing,

even when it was hard to do.

You took care of me when I was sick,

and your love helped make me well.

You had rules,

and I learned that when I obeyed them,

my life was simpler, better, richer.

You were and are

the guiding light of my life.

My heart is filled with love for you,

my teacher, my friend, my mother.

By Karl and Joanna Fuchs

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3. A Thousand Thanks

Mother’s Day brings to mind
The thousands of things you did for me
that helped make me happier,
stronger and wiser,
because I had you as a role model.

I’m grateful for all the times
you healed my hurts
and calmed my fears,
so that I could face the world
feeling safe and secure.

I’m thankful for all you showed me
about how to love and give–
lessons that now bring
so many blessings to me
each and every day.

Your sacrifices and unselfishness
did not go unnoticed, Mom.
I admire you, I respect you,
I love you.
And I’m so glad you’re my mother!

Happy Mother’s Day!

By Joanna Fuchs

4. A Great Mother

As I look upon my children,
I wish that I will be,
As great a mother to my children
as my mother was to me

She always knows what to say,
and what I need to hear
She always told me how it was,
so simple and so clear.

As mother and daughters do,
we’d argue and we’d fight
But though the tears and drama
I love her with all my might.

She looked the same every day
I remember from when I’m young
A few lines and wrinkles there,
but still my beautiful mum.

She’s always been so wise,
she’s always been so strong
She’s always been so stubborn
and occasionally she’s wrong

My mum is sure not perfect,
as I sure I am not much too
But mum’s know you inside out
and advised you as you grew.

Now days have come and time has passed
where mum is growing weak
And we don’t know the words to help
and the right words to speak

For losing mum’s there is no book
or instructions what to say
I hope I say the words right
to help her on her way.

For I love you mum, you are my world
I thank you with all my heart
I don’t know why you have to go
and why we have to part

But know you’re loved and cherished
and we’re all here for you

And know you’re going to a place
where people love you too

By Kerry Conn

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5. A Poem for Mom

You are the sunlight in my day,

You are the moon I see far away.

You are the tree I lean upon,

You are the one that makes troubles be gone.

You are the one who taught me life,

How not to fight, and what is right.

You are the words inside my song,

You are my love, my life, my mom.

You are the one who cares for me,

You are the eyes that help me see.

You are the one who knows me best,

When it’s time to have fun and time to rest.

You are the one who has helped me dream,

You hear my heart and you hear my screams.

Afraid of life but looking for love,

I’m blessed for God sent you from above.

You are my friend, my heart, my soul

You are the greatest friend I know.

You are the words inside my song,

You are my love, my life, my Mom.

By Champagne S. Baker

6. Mama

I was eight,
My cousin was eighteen.
He called his mother Mom
“When will I be old enough,”
I asked
“to call my mama Mom?”

Mom seemed a privilege
to be earned with age.
Eight year olds had to say
“mama” or “mommy”

I experimented with Mom
such a deliciously Western term.
I addressed birthday cards to Mom
and mother’s day cards to Mom

She didn’t seem to mind
so I started calling mama Mom

But the novelty wore off
and I got sick of Mom and of mom
And I wanted nothing to do with mom
so I wouldn’t even call her Mom

She was Alia.
I called her by her first name
because I resented Mom and mom for loving me.

I called her Alia
She called me Daughter
a forceful reminder of the umbilical cord.

Then I went away to university,
over the Atlantic Ocean
a 14 hour plane ride away.

And I wouldn’t call at all.
I wouldn’t call to call her “mama” or “mommy” or Mom or even Alia.

But she would call
And she would call me Daughter
or “habibti” or “my sunshine.”

And I didn’t want to hear it.
I was eighteen
and I didn’t need Mom.

I was gone eight months
and I didn’t miss Mom
I didn’t miss the Middle East
I didn’t want to be home

I think She hated me for a while.

Then I was back in Toronto
University got hard
And I got tired
And I couldn’t sleep

And friends proved false
And I got fat.

So I called Alia
And she stayed on skype with me, singing
Arabic Nursery Rhymes
until she saw I was asleep

And Mom watched me sleep.

But “mommy”
kept the laptop on all night
In case I woke up scared
and needed to call out for her
from across the Atlantic.

And “mama”
is at home
waiting for me
with a hug

And I just want to go back
and do it over
so I could take back every day
that I didn’t call her
mommy.

By Nora Agha

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7. Thank You, Mom

Thank you Mom,
For everything you have done,
Thank you Mom,
For making each day so much fun.

Thank you Mom,
For showing me the way,
Thank you Mom,
For smiling every day.

Thank you Mom,
For always being there,
Thank you Mom,
For showing how much you care.

Thank you Mom,
You’re the very best,
Thank you Mom,
Because you’re none like the rest.

So this day is so special,
Because you’re so special too,
Just remember one thing,
That I do love you.

By Debbie Bongiovanni

Make your mom’s day special with the Lovely Poems for Mom Mother’s Day message of love and appreciation. Tell her how much she means to you as a mother, how she makes you feel, and the difference she makes in your life.

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