20+ Mother’s Day Poems That Will Touch Her Heart

20+ Mother’s Day Poems That Will Touch Her Heart 

Mothers are the light of our homes and a very precious gift from God or we can call her a mother goddess. She is the one who always takes care for her children’s needs every moment without any personal intentions and her love is the purest love in the world. Mother’s Day is a very special day and occasion for every mother and child which is celebrated on the second Sunday of May. It’s the time to show gratitude towards mother and everyone has their own ideas and ways to celebrate this day. some children make happy mother’s day cards and write poem on mother and send that to their mother. Here, in this given post, you will find some lovely Mother’s Day Poems that you can send to your mother to make her happy and bring smile on her face. So have a look on it…. 

Mothers Day Poems

Mother’s Day Poems –

  • To My Mother – by Robert Louis Stevenson

    You too, my mother, read my rhymes
    For love of unforgotten times,
    And you may chance to hear once more
    The little feet along the floor.
    The Mother
  •  by Lucy Maud Montgomery

    Here I lean over you, small son, sleeping

    Warm in my arms,

    And I con to my heart all your dew-fresh charms,

    As you lie close, close in my hungry hold,

    Your hair like a miser’s dream of gold,

    And the white rose of your face far fairer,

    Finer, and rarer

    Than all the flowers in the young year’s keeping;

    Over lips half parted your low breath creeping

    Is sweeter than violets in April grasses;

    Though your eyes are fast shut I can see their blue,

    Splendid and soft as starshine in heaven,

    With all the joyance and wisdom given

    From the many souls who have stanchly striven

    Through the dead years to be strong and true.Those fine little feet in my worn hands holden

    Where will they tread?

    Valleys of shadow or heights dawn-red?

    And those silken fingers, O, wee, white son,

    What valorous deeds shall by them be done

    In the future that yet so distant is seeming

    To my fond dreaming?

    What words all so musical and golden

    With starry truth and poesy oldenShall those lips speak in the years on-coming?

    O, child of mine, with waxen brow,

    Surely your words of that dim tomorrow

    Rapture and power and grace must borrow

    From the poignant love and holy sorrow

    Of the heart that shrines and cradles you now!Some bitter day you will love another,

    To her will bear

    Love-gifts and woo her – then must I share

    You and your tenderness! Now you are mine

    From your feet to your hair so golden and fine,

    And your crumpled finger-tips – mine completely,

    Wholly and sweetly;

    Mine with kisses deep to smother,

    No one so near to you now as your mother!

    Others may hear your words of beauty,

    But your precious silence is mine alone;

    Here in my arms I have enrolled you,

    Away from the grasping world I fold you,

    Flesh of my flesh and bone of my bone!

    The Song Of The Old Mother

    by William Butler Yeats

    I rise in the dawn, and I kneel and blow

    Till the seed of the fire flicker and glow;

    And then I must scrub and bake and sweep

    Till stars are beginning to blink and peep;

    And the young lie long and dream in their bed
    Of the matching of ribbons for bosom and head,
    And their day goes over in idleness,
    And they sigh if the wind but lift a tress:
    While I must work because I am old,
    And the seed of the fire gets feeble and cold.

  • My Mommy, The Hero of My life!

    Ohh!! My wonderful Mommy,
    I am your sweet little Tommy,
    I love when, you bring me close,
    I love when you comfort me through my hushed and perfunctory voice,
    I love when you fiddle with my hair,
    The way you feed me,
    The way you read me,
    Even with the Sun blazing in the sky,
    The shade of your love,
    Gives me the courage to try,
    Try, Everything that has made me feel so dry,
    You have incredible power,
    That all fulfils my desire,
    Your faith in me, kicks ups with the fire,
    I cannot think of a life without you,
    Because, in the blink of an eye,
    You banish all my blues,
    It’s amazingly true,
    Mom, I want to be always like you,
    A part of you,
    We rock together, me and you,
    You are an angel,
    My World is beautiful,
    When there’s somebody like you,
    I sometimes, wonder,
    Where from you get that courage
    Where from you get that energy,
    You wake up before me,
    You help me in getting ready,
    I feel as if, you are the God’s robot,
    You are equipped with all the features,
    So truly true,
    Mommy, I would never have been able,
    Able to be what I am today,
    The person I am today,
    It’s all because of you,
    You are the powerhouse of energy,
    I love you Mom, Today, Tomorrow and always!! 
  • Poem About All My Mother Has Done

    You brushed my hair and tucked me in,

    Made me laugh for hours on end.
    You kissed my boo-boos when I fooled around.
    Mommy, you never let me down.

    You held my hand as I got my shots
    Then took me for ice cream that hit the spot.
    You bought me Polly-Pockets and Barbies too.
    Mommy, there’s no one quite like you

    You held my hand as I walked through the door,
    Then you met my teacher as I stared at the floor.
    You told me it’d be fun, and I’d make friends too,
    And for that reason, Mommy, I love you.

    You listened to me talk about the drama and boys
    Then taught me how to handle it with class and poise.
    You spoke with wisdom and of things you know.
    You love to hear me say, “Mommy, you told me so.”

    You love the Lord with all you heart,
    And you’re kind and gentle and pretty and smart
    If I could be anyone, I’d pick you
    ‘Cause, Mommy, the world would be better with two of you.

    You’ve taught me so much, with more in store
    And with each day that passes, I love you more.
  • You’ve seen me laugh,                                                                                    

    You’ve seen me cry,

    And always you were there,

    By my side.

    You were there for the ups,

    And you stayed for the downs,

    You gave me many smiles,

    And chased away my frowns.

    And through it all,

    You were always there,

    making sure I knew,

    How much you care.

    I’m your little girl,

    And you’re my mother,

    And no matter what,

    I’d want no other.

    Happy Mother’s Day, mom!!

  • Sometimes you’re silly and sometimes you’re weird,                                      
    Occasionally I feel embarrassed and want you disappeared.

    Sometimes you annoy me and I yell and shout,

    And every now and then you make me pout.

    Often I say things to you which I don’t mean,

    And I might even act like a crazy drama queen.

    But no matter what happens or how I may act,

    My love and appreciation for you is an eternal fact!
  • For a special mom on this special day,                                                            

    Your son has some words that he’d like to say.

    I just want to tell you thank you a lot,

    For all that you’ve given and all that you’ve taught.

    You’re one heck of a Mom, that is so true,

    So I just want to say Happy Mother’s Day to you!

  • A Mother’s Prayer For Youby Anon

    I said a Mother’s Day prayer for you 
    to thank the Lord above 
    for blessing me with a lifetime 
    of your tenderhearted love. 
    I thanked God for the caring 
    you’ve shown me through the years, 
    for the closeness we’ve enjoyed 
    in time of laughter and of tears. 
    And so, I thank you from the heart 
    for all you’ve done for me 
    and I bless the Lord for giving me 
    the best mother there could be!
  • Wonderful Mother 

    God made a wonderful mother,

    A mother who never grows old;

    He made her smile of the sunshine,

    And He moulded her heart of pure gold;

    In her eyes He placed bright shining stars,

    In her cheeks fair roses you see;

    God made a wonderful mother,

    And He gave that dear mother to me. 

    Pat O’Reilly

  • Only One Mother

    Hundreds of stars in the pretty sky,
    Hundreds of shells on the shore together,
    Hundreds of birds that go singing by,
    Hundreds of lambs in the sunny weather.
    Hundreds of dewdrops to greet the dawn,
    Hundreds of bees in the purple clover,
    Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn,
    But only one mother the world wide over. 
  • My Love My Mommy!!

    You kissed on my chicks,

    You hugged me when I needed,

    You helped me laugh when I was down,

    You are the only and only one, who is always around,

    I felt so comforted when you wrapped me all around,

    You are the one, who helped me deal through my wounds,

    I cannot tell you Mommy why my heart feels so sound,

    It’s only you, who is the reason for all the happiness that I found,

    I was a kid and I remember how you helped me through,

    When Daddy scolded me, you protected me, and it’s true,

    Ohh Goshhh!! How would I be able to pay it off?

    Let me tell you Mommy, if ever,

    I would be asked to define Love, I would tell your name,

    Love for me is my Gorgeous Mommy!!

    The beauty of love I found in you,

    The duty of my life I found in you,

    Anything and everything I learned from you,

    The Opulent prowess of your heart,

    The justifiable cockiness of your mind,

    Everything, I think of, makes me feel lucky to be born from you.

  • Mother’s Love

    Her love is like
    an island in life’s ocean,
    vast and wide
    A peaceful, quiet shelter
    From the wind, the rain, the tide.
    ‘This bound on the north by Hope,
    By Patience on the West,
    By tender Counsel on the South
    And on the East by Rest.
    Above it like a beacon light
    Shine Faith, and Truth, and Prayer;
    And through the changing scenes of life
    I find a haven there. 
  • A Mother just like you

    I just want to let you know

    you mean the world to me,

    Only a heart as dear as yours 

    would give so unselfishly. 

    The many things you’ve done

    all the times that you were there,

    help me know deep down inside 

    how much you really care.

    Even thought I might not say

    I appreciate all you do 

    richly blessed is how I feel 

    Having a mother just like you.

  • God’s Masterpiece is Mother

    God took pieces of everything wonderful to make moms.
    God took the fragrance of a flower…
    The majesty of a tree…
    The gentleness of morning dew…
    The calm of a quiet sea…
    The beauty of the twilight hour…
    The soul of a starry night…
    The laughter of a rippling brook…
    The grace of a bird in flight…
    Then God fashioned from these things
    A creation like no other,
    And when his masterpiece was through
    He called it simply – Mother.
    Herbert Farnham
  • Thank You Mom

    I know how often I took you for granted

    when I was growing up.

    I always assumed you’d be there

    when I needed you…

    and you always were. 

    But I never really thought about what that meant

    till I got older and began to realize

    how often your time and energy were devoted to me.

    so now, for all the times I didn’t say it before,

    thank you, Mom…I love you so very much! 

  • Your Mother Is Always With You

    Your Mother Is Always With You… 
    Your mother is always with you… 
    She’s the whisper of the leaves
    as you walk down the street. 
    She’s the smell of bleach
    in your freshly laundered socks. 
    She’s the cool hand on your brow
    when you’re not well. 
    Your mother lives inside your laughter.
    She’s crystallized in every tear drop. 
    She’s the place you came from,
    your first home…
    She’s the map you follow
    with every step that you take. 
    She’s your first love
    and your first heart break…
    and nothing on earth can separate you. 
    Not time, Not space…
    Not even death…
    will ever separate you
    from your mother… 
    You carry her inside of you… 
  • I miss you when we’re not together

    I’m growing up so fast

    See how big I’ve gotten

    Since you saw me last?

    As I grow, I’ll change a lot,

    The years will fly right by.

    You’ll wonder how I grew so quick

    When and where and why?

    So look upon this handprint   (these handprints)

    That’s hanging on your wall.

    And memories will come back of me,

    When I was very small.

  • And Grandma’s too…

    While we honor all our mothers
    with words of love and praise.
    While we tell about their goodness
    and their kind and loving ways.
    We should also think of Grandma,
    she’s a mother too, you see….
    For she mothered my dear mother
    as my mother mothers me. 
  • Sometimes you get discouraged
    Because I am so small
    And always leave my fingerprints
    On furniture and walls.
    But every day I’m growing –
    I’ll be grown some day
    And all those tiny handprints
    Will surely fade away.
    So here’s a little handprint
    Just so you can recall
    Exactly how my fingers looked
    When I was very small.

  • Before I was a Mom 

    Before I was a Mom –
    I slept as late as I wanted and never worried about how late I got into bed. I brushed my hair and my teeth everyday.
    Before I was a Mom –
    Mothers Day Poems I cleaned my house each day. I never tripped over toys or forgot words to a lullaby. I didn’t worry whether or not my plants were poisonous. I never thought about immunizations.
    Before I was a Mom –
    I had never been puked on – Pooped on – Spit on – Chewed on, or Peed on. I had complete control of my mind and My thoughts. I slept all night.
    Before I was a Mom –
    I never held down a screaming child so that doctors could do tests…or give shots. I never looked into teary eyes and cried. I never got gloriously happy over a simple grin. I never sat up late hours at night watching a baby sleep.
    Before I was a Mom –
    I never held a sleeping baby just because I didn’t want to put it down. I never felt my heart break into a million pieces when I couldn’t stop the hurt. I never knew that something so small could affect my life 
    so much. I never knew that I could love someone so much. I never knew I would love being a Mom.
    Before I was a Mom –
    I didn’t know the feeling of having my heart outside my body. I didn’t know how special it could feel to feed a hungry baby. I didn’t know that bond between a mother and her child. I didn’t know that something so small could make me feel so important.
    Before I was a Mom –
    I had never gotten up in the middle of the night every 10 minutes to make sure all was okay. I had never known The warmth, The joy, The love, The heartache, The wonderment or the satisfaction of being a Mom. I didn’t know I was capable of feeling so much before I was a Mom.
  • Mother o’ Mine ; by Rudyard Kipling

    If I were hanged on the highest hill, 
    Mother o’ mine, O mother o’ mine! 
    I know whose love would follow me still, 
    Mother o’ mine, O mother o’ mine! 
    If I were drowned in the deepest sea, 
    Mother o’ mine, O mother o’ mine! 
    I know whose tears would come down to me, 
    Mother o’ mine, O mother o’ mine! 
    If I were damned of body and soul, 
    I know whose prayers would make me whole, 
    Mother o’ mine, O mother o’ mine!

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Updated: January 5, 2019 — 8:39 pm

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