Poems about Parents

Poems About Parents (Expressing Unconditional Love)

These Poems about Parents are to show your parents just how much you love them, send them a poem take them out, reach out to them, and know how they are faring.

Poems about Parents

Poems About Parents

Unconditional, forgiving, and altruistic. This is how a parent’s love is for their children. We can’t thank our parents enough for what they give us.

But we can surely give them something back in little ways – a warm hug, a cute gift, words of appreciation, or a little gift to make them smile.

And if you are looking for something special and unique, then Poems About Parents expressing your love for them would be a great idea. Below are Poems About Parents to make their day.

1. My Parents by Brittany W.

You are both special in every way,
Encouraging me more and more each passing day.

You both are the reason why I’m so strong.
With you two at the helm, not a thing could go wrong.

You’ve both helped me through many trials and tribulations.
You’ve made things better in every situation.

Thank you both for always being there
And showing me that you truly care.

Words could never explain how I feel about you,
But I hope you know that I truly love you two!

2. A Parent’s Heart by Ann T. Tram

“When you feel like breaking down or crashing in,
Who do you turn to, to forgive your sin?
When you cried your lonely tears,
Who will be there to fight your fears?
And when it feels like no one would understand,
Who was there to hold your hand?

There are people whom you can’t replace,
They’re the ones who gave you your face.
They’ll love you through thick and thin,
They show you the light from deep within.
And if by chance you happen to die,
They’ll be the ones who will really cry.

You see, my friend, there’s no one who can love you more
Than your very own parents, that’s for sure.
Always remember this is true,
That wherever you go, your parents will be there for you.”

3. To Mom And Dad

“Memories are one of the true riches
That life offers, and right now,
So many wonderful thoughts fill my mind.
They are very special because
They are our own to treasure forever.
From the time I was a child,
I have been blessed with
The strength and support you give.
You have placed your trust in me,
And I know I can never repay you
No matter how hard I try.
I have seen in you a God-given love
And you have shown this love for me
In everything you have done.
May God bless your lives
As fully as I have been blessed because of you.
I Love You!”


4. Super Mom by Joanna Fuchs

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

You’re patient when I’m foolish;
You give guidance when I ask;
It seems you can do almost 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!”

5. The Perfect Father by Karl Fuchs

“I love you because you’re my father,
But you’re really so much more;
You’re a guide and a companion;
You and I have a great rapport.

You pay attention to me;
You listen to what I say.
You pass on words of wisdom,
Helping me along the way.

Whenever I’m in trouble,
You always have a plan.
You are the perfect father,
And I’m your biggest fan.”

6. The Greatest Parents On Earth by Ron Tranmer

“I will never take for granted
how greatly I’ve been blessed;
For when it comes to parents,
Mom and Dad, you are the best!

You nurtured and protected me
and taught me with great care.
And every time I’ve needed you,
you were always there.

If you could look into my heart
how quickly you would see,
the special place you hold there,
and how much you mean to me.

May you receive the blessings
you are so deserving of
for your caring and your sharing,
and each sacrifice of love.

And may you carry in your hearts
these words forever true.
No parents anywhere on earth
could be more loved than you.”


7. Silent, Strong Dad by Karen K. Boyer

“He never looks for praises.

He’s never one to boast.

He just goes on quietly working

For those he loves the most.

His dreams are seldom spoken.

His wants are very few,

And most of the time his worries

Will go unspoken, too.

He’s there…a firm foundation

Through all our storms of life,

A sturdy hand to hold onto

In times of stress and strife.

A true friend we can turn to

When times are good or bad.”

8. A Tribute To Parents by Rajan Ladhwa

There was a time when you held my hand,
You gave me strength to stand.

When I would cry and be up all night,
You would cuddle me and spend sleepless nights,

And the next when I slept all day,
You tried hard to buy me toys.

So I thank you Mama, and I thank you Papa,
For giving me this beautiful life.

I have been wrong and I have been lost,
But you have stood by me and shown me the path.

I have asked you for things, those which I need not,
You gave them all to me just to see me smile.

Oceans so deep, mountains so high, cannot express my feelings for you.
You have been my mentor; you have made me what I am.

9. Danse Russe By William Carlos Williams

If I when my wife is sleeping
and the baby and Kathleen
are sleeping
and the sun is a flame-white disc
in silken mists
above shining trees,—
if I in my north room
dance naked, grotesquely
before my mirror
waving my shirt round my head
and singing softly to myself:
“I am lonely, lonely.
I was born to be lonely,
I am best so!”
If I admire my arms, my face,
my shoulders, flanks, buttocks
against the yellow drawn shades,—

Who shall say I am not
the happy genius of my household?


10. This be the verse by Philip Larkin

They fuck you up, your mum and dad.
They may not mean to, but they do.
They fill you with the faults they had
And add some extra, just for you.

But they were fucked up in their turn
By fools in old-style hats and coats,
Who half the time were soppy-stern
And half at one another’s throats.

Man hands on misery to man.
It deepens like a coastal shelf.
Get out as early as you can,
And don’t have any kids yourself.

The Love our Parents have for us sometimes cannot be measured although it is not shown most of the time, Our parents love us unconditionally and we sometimes forget to reciprocate that love back to them.

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