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Mothers Day Poems from Kids

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I've been writing verses
For 60 years...phew!
And d'yer know why I did it?
T'was especially for you

Jon Bratton

Welcome to Mothers Day poems from kids

Those special child moments
Where do they come from?
To put it quite simply...
...all moments start with mom

Jon Bratton © 2004
(but based on a concept of another, unknown)

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Nothing compares with being a mother…
…who else can be bugged,
… tugged
…and hugged…
all at the same time? 

Happy Bugging, Tugging, Hugging Day 

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We love you lots & lots Mummy,
from your head down to your toes.
You're warm and you're squidgy
and you smell just like marshmallows.

We love you lots & lots Mummy,
even though you're mostly grumpy
and you make us tidy our room
and your mash potato is always lumpy.

We love you lots & lots Mummy
and we know you love us too,
Even though sometimes we're naughty,
when you have lots and lots to do.

We love you lots and lots Mummy,
we think you are the best.
So as today is your special day we'll let you rest.

(we'll go and bug Daddy instead) ..

© Carly Jackman 2012

I have here childrens mothers day poems variously described as children's mother's day poems, mothers day poems from kids, mother's day poetry 
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Best friends forever, (Mom)(Mum) and me
Picking flowers among the trees
A shoulder to cry on, secrets to share
Warm hearts and hands that really care.

Mothers Day Poems from Kids 

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Mother's Day Poems from Kids

Sometimes you get discouraged
Because I am so small
And always leave dirty marks
On furniture and walls.

But every day I'm growing 
I'll be grown up some day
And all those little dirty marks
Will all have gone away.

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?

I may be still very small
But this I'd like to say
I love you very, very BIG
Happy Mother's Day

Mothers Day Poems from Kids

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Mother's Day Poems from Kids

Making a handprint makes a lovely Mother's Day card, which can be saved in a safe place and taken out each year. The memories will come back of the child when small and dear This is a well known verse

This is the hand
You used to hold
When I was only
xx years old 

There's lots more handprint verses at Activity Village 

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Mother's Day Poems from Kids

M arvelous 
O utstanding 
T errific 
H eartwarming 
E nergetic 
R eliable 

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Mothers Day Poems from Kids

I'm so lucky you're my (Mommy)(Mummy) 
You're the best one there could be 
That's why this card is filled 
With love to you from me 

Happy Mummy's Day 

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If I could have just one wish 
Now wouldn't that be fine 
I'd wish that every little kid 
Had a mom (mum) as good as mine 

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(Mum)(Mom), although I'm just a child
I'm a shrewd judge you'll see
And I've got a team of pets and toys
Who all agree with me

When it comes to Mummies
There's a lot of them about
But you're the very, very best
Us experts have no doubt

Jon Bratton © 2004

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You wash my finger prints from the walls,
I haven't yet learned to be careful in play
But here's a print you'll want to keep
I made it specially for you for Mother's Day

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I chose these words carefully
And hope that they convey
My earnest heartfelt desire
That you have a special day

So, Mum, I'll (try the very best I can) (wash all the dishes)
And make you several cups of tea 
So you have a Mother’s Day
That’s the best that it can be

I’m at your service M’Lady
But don’t push it

Jon Bratton © 2013

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(Mum)(Mom), you know I love you very much

And you deserve a special Mother’s Day

So I’d like to take you out for lunch,
If you’ll drive, pick the restaurant and pay

I’m just a kid!

Jon Bratton © 2013

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The woman was old and ragged and gray
And bent with the chill of the winter's day.
The street was wet with the recent snow,
And the woman's feet were aged and slow.

She stood at the crossing and waited long
Alone, uncared for, amid the throng
Of human beings who passed her by,
Nor heeded the glance of her anxious eye.

Down the street with laughter and shout.
Glad in the freedom of "school let out,"
Came the boys like a flock of sheep,
Hailing the snow piled white and deep.

Past the woman so old and gray
Hastened the children on their way,
Nor offered a helping hand to her,
So meek, so timid, afraid to stir,
Lest the carriage wheels or the horses' feet
Should crowd her down in the slippery street.

At last came one of the merry troop,
The gayest laddie of all the group;
He paused beside her and whispered low,
"I'll help you across if you wish to go."

Her aged hand on his strong young arm
She placed, and so, without hurt or harm,
He guided her trembling feet along,
Proud that his own were firm and strong.

Then back again to his friends he went,
His young heart happy and well content.
"She's somebody's mother, boys, you know,
For all she's aged and poor and slow;

"And I hope some fellow will lend a hand
To help my mother, you understand,
If ever she's poor and old and gray,
When her own dear boy is far away."

And "somebody's mother" bowed low her head
In her home that night, and the prayer she said
Was, "God be kind to the noble boy
Who is somebody's son and pride and joy."

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