There is no other relationship like the one a mother has with her child. The majority of early care is frequently given to children by their mothers. mothers day poem for kids
Mother’s Day Poem for Lovely Mums
Children can share these heartfelt Mother’s Day poems with their mothers on Mother’s Day to thank them for everything they do.
My Mother (Mothers Day Poem for Kids)
All through my life my Mother was there
All sorts of burdens and worries she happily bared
On my first step she was there to catch me
Or when I fell and hurt my poor knee
Then came school and all the fears that abound
My mother was there she was always around
So often I tried her patience to the end
My Mother was always my very best friend
No question too tough or price too high
My mother was there when I had my first cry
Then came that heartache tears how they flew
My mother just told me you’ll find someone knew
I could be in sports or playing in band
My Mother was always my biggest fan
Mother what I’m saying is through all these years
You’ve always been there through my happiness and tears
From a small boy who has grown to a man
My Mother is the reason I am who I am.
I’ve always counted on you to be there for me and you always were.
I’ve counted on you to tell me right from wrong when I wasn’t sure.
I would come to you when I thought I didn’t have a friend in this world.
I guess if I were an oyster you would be my shining pearl.
Whenever I was hurting I could always count on you to ease my pain.
I’ve came to you with so many problems, yet you’ve never complain.
I know times have changed and we talk less and less each day.
But though our mouths don’t speak, our hearts have much to say
I’ve come to you with broken heart, bad dreams and all.
And you made realize that you will always be there to catch me if I fall.
I’m so glad to have you in my life when things go wrong
Because I know when I talk to you that my problem will not last long.
You’ve been a mother to me as well as my best friend throughout the years.
When I had nightmares, you were there beside me to chase away my fears.
When I was sick, you were always there next to my bedside.
You gave me strength to hold on when I thought I was going to die.
I guess I never realized how much having you in my life really meant.
Out of all the moms I could have had, I’m glad it was you who God sent.
By, Alex N. Mayse
Through The Eyes of a Child (Mothers Day Poem for Kids)
I step out of my door
holding my mom’s hand.
I look straight into her eyes
They look like toasted sand.
To me she’s the most beautiful
person in the world
Her soft golden brown hair
bounces with many curls.
We sit on the step and she
points to the sky.
I look and see many stars shinning
and I ask her why.
She looks down at me
with a soft smile on her face.
With a big grin I crawl onto her lap
I’m so happy, she can feel my heart race.
I put my arms around her
and give her a tight squeeze
She says I love your soft hugs
May I have another one, please?
So I hug her again, kissing
her cheek softly.
Her eyes light up, as if
they’re smiling at me.
I look up and point to the big
white circle in the sky.
She says it’s the moon and
it’s shining beautifully tonight.
With a frown I look into those
all knowing eyes and ask her why?
She softly smiles down at me and
my heart feels as if it can fly.
I sit and think to myself
that she knows everything.
She looks at me and says that
I make her heart just sing.
I look up and say mommy
you’re so beautiful to me.
She smiles and says I wish
everyone could look through your eyes
By, Debra L. Woodson
I Wish (Mothers Day Poem for Kids)
I wish you were here with me
I wish you were here every day,
To hug me, to ask me if I’m doing okay.
I wish you were here when I got my first doll
So you could join us at the Town Square Ball.
I wish you were here when I played dress up
So I could get into tons of trouble with your make up.
I wish you were here to see me through high school.
Then maybe you would know that I am not a fool.
I know it’s okay that you are not here with me,
Because everywhere I go, there God will be.
It’s okay not to have a mother.
Every day I still go a little further.
One day I will have my own little girl.
We will laugh, dance, run, and twirl.
Into the evening we will drink lemonade on the porch swing.
I will teach her how to be a mother
Because one day she will have her own daughter.
I wish you were here with me
Watching, so you could see what a good mother I will be.
By, Reba N. Mills
Hope you enjoyed reading beautiful mothers day poem for kids who appreciate what their mothers have done for them over the years. This collection of poem will make you feel great empathy for mothers.
You can read these poem aloud to your mother during her birthday or mother’s day celebration and some a great amount of smile on her face.
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