Poems about Mother poems

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Our Beloved Mother by Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie

It is time for all of us to rememberMaman Beatrice Matho! Gauthier and Nicole….Let us also remember thatMothers are always going be with us …Even when they died, We will always feel their pr

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Battle Of Will & Exhaustion, Mother & Ch.. by Jenny Factor

Two knights surrounded by dinosaursare cornered in the kitchen--all threat and bluster.Action figures always acteven as night tries to soothe them under.I am the one who laid a nervous handon a

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. Mother, Mother, You Are The Wonder by Gajanan Mishra

Mother, mother, You are the wonder.Mother, mother, You are thereTo take careAnimals, birds, Plants, insects, And all creatures.Mother, mother, You are the wonder, Without youOne cannot find

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A Forgotten Mother! by Mahfooz Ali

Dear son, I hope and pray, Someday our paths, will cross! Each and every day I pray for you! I hope that someday you will forgive me! Please don't hold a grudge or hate me! I wanted a better li

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The Mother-Lodge by Rudyard Kipling

There was Rundle, Station Master, An' Beazeley of the Rail,An' 'Ackman, Commissariat, An' Donkin' o' the Jail;An' Blake, Conductor-Sargent, Our Master twice was 'e,With 'im that kept the Europe-

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Thoughts Of A Mother by Jasbir Chatterjee

My daughter would turn 10 next month…I find it hard to believe! It seems only yesterdayThat she was born….As my thoughts wanderDown the memory lane, I am transportedTo those restless daysI

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Spartan Mother by Robert William Service

My mother loved her horses and Her hounds of pedigree;She did not kiss the baby hand I held to her in glee.Of course I had a sweet nou-nou Who tended me with care,And

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Mary, Mother Of Jesus by Denis Martindale

In Roman times, when swords were raised, And peace on Earth was rare, There lived a girl now highly praised, A girl beyond compare...Her name was Mary, Joseph's love, Betrothed, untouched by Man.

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The Sailor's Mother by William Wordsworth

ONE morning (raw it was and wet--- A foggy day in winter time) A Woman on the road I met, Not old, though something past her prime: Majestic in her person, tall and straight;And like

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My Mother, My Dear Mother by Victor Sapkota

My mother, my dear mother, oh! You love me more than me! Are such rhymes rather cheap today? I write them heartily.How I wish I could ever beJust crying like a babeUpon your arms with pain unto

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A Mother Gazes Upon Her Daughter by Henry Timrod

Is she not lovely! Oh! when, long ago,My own dead mother gazed upon my face,As I stood blushing near in bridal snow,I had not half her beauty and her grace.Yet that fond mother praised, the worl

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The Chimney-Sweeper: When My Mother Died.. by William Blake

When my mother died I was very young, And my father sold me while yet my tongue Could scarcely cry 'Weep! weep! weep! weep!' So your chimneys I sweep, and in soot I sleep. There's little Tom Dacr

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