Mothers Day Poems



Welcome to Mothers Day poems which brings you free printable poems and verses to send to your mother, mom, mum on Mothering Sunday. You are free to use these for non commercial purposes











A mother is a friend on whom you can depend
She makes you feel you are never alone
She has a very special way of cheering up a day
And looks upon your problems as her own

She shares your every dream and adds to your esteem
She helps you and does favors, big and small
She cares with all her heart she`s loved you from the start
A mother is the dearest friend of all.

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Being a mother is one of the highest paid jobs

... since the payment is pure love.

Happy Mother's Day

Consider this another payment on the installment plan

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"Working mothers are guinea pigs in a scientific experiment
to show that sleep is not necessary to human life."
I saw this and thought of you
Have a rest today Mom
Happy Mothers Day

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Mother's Day
a time for warm thoughts
and fond memories,
for expressing
the feelings and words
that often go unspoken,
for letting
those special people
in our lives know
that they are loved
and appreciated -
always.


Mother's Day

Let every day be Mother's Day!
Make roses grow along her way
And beauty everywhere.
Oh, never let her eyes be wet
With tears of sorrow or regret,
And never cease to care!
Come, grown up children, and rejoice
That you can hear your mother's voice!

A day for her! For you she gave
Long years of love and service brave;
For you her youth was spent.
There was no weight of hurt or care
Too heavy for her strength to bear;
She followed where you went;
Her courage and her love sublime
You could depend on all the time.

No day or night she set apart
On which to open wide her heart
And welcome you within;
There was no hour you would not be
First in her thought and memory,
Though you were black as sin!
Though skies were gray or skies were blue
Not once has she forgotten you.

Let every day be Mother's Day!
With love and roses strew her way,
And smiles of joy and pride!
Come, grown up children, to the knee
Where long ago you used to be
And never turn aside;
Oh, never let her eyes grow wet
With tears, because her babes forget.

Edgar Albert Guest (1881-1959)

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