Mother’s Day is celebrated in the UK on March 27 and many of us are thinking of ways to show our gratitude to those who gave birth to us.
Words cannot describe how grateful we are for the unconditional love of our mothers, but that doesn’t stop us from trying to prove it.
Poems for Mother’s Day Cards
If you’re feeling stuck and not sure what to write on your Mother’s Day card, we’re here to help.
You can try to be poetic and try to romanticize love and gratitude towards your mother.
If you are not creative enough, don’t worry, we have some poems to help you.
Just make sure to fake it as much as possible to give the Mother’s Day card that poetic touch with your beautiful gift.
A Mother – George Cooper
Hundreds of stars in the beautiful sky, Hundreds of seashells together on the shore, Hundreds of birds singing, Hundreds of lambs in sunny weather. Hundreds of dew drops to greet the dawn, Hundreds of bees on red clover, Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn, But only one mother in all the world.
A note of thanks – Lang Leave
You told me all the things I needed to hear Before I knew I needed to hear To not be afraid Of all the things I used to fear Before I knew I shouldn’t be afraid.
MOTHER – Howard Johnson
‘M’ is for the million things she gave me, ‘O’ just means she’s getting old, ‘T’ is for the tears she shed to save me, ‘H’ is for the purest gold in her heart,’ E’ is for her eyes, with the light of love shining, ‘R’ stands for fair, and she always will be, Put them all together, they spell ‘MOTHER’, A word that means the world to me.
My mother was my first country, the first place where I lived.
Untitled Poem – Nicholas Gordon
Mom, I love you for everything you do. I will kiss you and hug you because you love me too. You feed me and you need me to teach you how to play, so smile because I love you this Mother’s Day.
Untitled Poem – Sarah Malin
Your arms were always open when I needed a hug. Your heart understood when I needed a friend.
Roses are red, violets are blue, Happy Mother’s Day, Mom! I’m sorry you didn’t give birth to a poet who knew how to rhyme!
Jamais Assez – Reanna Almeida
Sometimes I know the words to say thank you for everything you’ve done, but then they fly away and are gone just as fast as they came.
How could I thank you enough, who healed me, to whom I owe my life, the formation of my soul.
The one who tucked me in at night, the one who stopped my crying, the one who was an expert in getting me up when I was lying down.
Sun – Anonymous
My mother, my dear friend, throughout my life, you are always close to me. A tender smile to guide my way, You are the sun to illuminate my day.
Shorter poem for mother’s day – Forest Houtenschil
You are my mother, I would have no other!
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