This collection of six short Mother’s Day poems are just the right length to fit perfectly on cards, bookmarks, and scrapbook pages. I think there is a short Mother’s Day poem for any mom at any stage of motherhood below. Which is your favorite?
*Note: I am typing each poem out so you can easily cut and paste it into a document to print if you want to. These would be so precious printed on vellum paper over a pastel and framed!
So Blessed by You, Mom
A mother who always cares,
A mother who’s always there.
A mother who always prays,
A mother who always stays.
When things get rough,
When life gets tough,
When all is just too much to bear,
God’s Word she shares.
God’s light she shines.
So blessed God made this mother mine.
First Mother’s Day
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The Better Prize
I see you’re tired when I get home.
You feel some days you’re all alone.
But what you’re doing is priceless, dear,
And one day you’ll look back–one year.
Far from now when these kids are grown,
You’ll remember the days you spent at home.
Wiping noses, washing dishes,
Having tea parties, getting kisses.
Playing ball and tying shoes,
Dressing dolls and kissing boo-boo’s,
Then you’ll look at me with tearful eyes,
and know you got the better prize.
My Mother, my friend so dear
Throughout my life you’re always near.
A tender smile to guide my way
You’re the sunshine to light my day.
Mom And Me
Best friends forever mom and me
Picking flowers and climbing trees.
A shoulder to cry on secrets to share
Warm hearts and hands that really care.
When you’re a child she walks before you,
To set an example.
When you’re a teenager she walks behind you
To be there should you need her.
When you’re an adult she walks beside you
So that as two friends you can enjoy life together..
Looking for more Mother’s Day poems? You might like:
- 4 Simple Gift ideas for Kids — I’ve got four simple ideas to combine with these Mother’s Day poems for kids HERE that will make wonderful gifts.
- Write your own Mother’s Day poem – I’ve got great tips to help your family (kids of all ages) craft a Mother’s Day poem from kids HERE just for mom. Anyone can do this!