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Death Poems About Mothers Day

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Poem Details | by Tom Valles |
Categories: bereavement, christian, love, mom, mother, mothers day, sweet,

A Mother's Worth

Who can tell a mother’s worth?
Who knows the wealth of such?
What do children know from birth?
Their mother’s blessed touch.

Who can tell a mother’s worth?
Who knows the gains thereof?
What exceeds the wealth of earth
Like mother’s boundless love?

Who can tell a mother’s worth?
Who can count her gifts?
What on earth brings greater mirth
Than mother’s tender kiss?

Who can tell a mother’s worth?
Who gives her ample praise?
What gift can any give on earth
That begins to show “repaid”?

Who can tell a mother’s worth?
All of heaven knows and sees…
The height, and depth and girth,
Of the love He has for these.

Poem Details | by Jessica Thompson |
Categories: angel, beautiful, bereavement, cancer, celebration, death,

Happy Mothers Day

This Mothers day is different,
 not like the years before
 it leaves me feeling sad
 my heart a little sore.

 I know you're watching over,
 tracing steps I take
 careful there to guide me
 whenever my heart aches.

 So I'm sending hugs and kisses,
 all my earthly love
 to one special angel
 my Mama up above.

 Mom just know I love you,
 your right here in my heart
 and every time it beats
 were not so far apart.

 I know were not together,
 not the same old way
 but I still love you very much
 Happy Mothers Day.

Jessica Thompson-5/19/14

Poem Details | by Ndaba Sibanda |
Categories: caregiving, eulogy, family, mothers day,

Special Love

They are special 
With a love essential
They and only they are endowed 
With the amazing biology of giving birth 
And the natural ability to breast-feed to satisfaction 

They are special
With a love essential
They and only they are the world`s 
Mothers and grandmothers and sisters 
Who can care and love better than a mother?

They are special
With a love essential
They and only they have love that knows
No time, hardship, distance, disability or old age
Because a mother`s love is the epitome of perseverance 

Poem Details | by Cheryl Chandler |
Categories: celebration, death, death of a friend, dedication, mother, mother daughter, mothers day,

Memorial Tribute

Mother you,
Mother you so beautiful your are.
Mother you,
Sweet mother you are to me precious.
Mother you, Mother you are,
Mother you are the world to me.
Mother your gracious, Mother you are.
Mother you have always been my super star.
Mother you, Mother you are.
Mother you are now resting in the arms of Jesus.
Mother you I miss you so very much.
Mother you are my mommy, Oh how I love you so very much.
Mother how much in sorrow I am left in this world without you.
Mother you, mother you are to me.
Mommie you are, my mother you are. 
Mother I will always love you.
My Mother,
Peggy Ann Chandler.
You are you.

God Bless You
I will always miss
and love you.

Poem Details | by Tiffany Phillips |
Categories: america, caregiving, death, feelings, mothers day,

Kathy The Calming Sea

Kathy The Calming Sea

You're just like a calming sea
singing us your final song of love
you will be forever in our hearts
in our memories, for eternity
now you're without pain,
without any suffering
we all love you still
you'll look down from heaven
watching over us helping us along
our way keeping us safe and sound
silently validating in our choices
at night I see you in my dreams
we will forever love you and keep
you in our hearts remembering every caring word you sang
in your sweet, beautiful voice
we miss you and love you, Kathy Ricks
born October 25, 1961 – died March 31, 2015

Poem Details | by Johanne Deschamps |
Categories: bereavement, i miss you, love, mom, mother daughter, mothers day, remember,

Mother's Day

I thought of you this morning Ma, as I do most every day.
I miss the crazy things you did, your laughter and your way.

Your sunny disposition, your optimistic light.
Remembering the songs you used to sing to us at night....zzzz

And now I must, "Get on with it", as you would like to say.
Just had to say I Love You, because it's Mothers Day.

By Johanne R. Deschamps

Poem Details | by Nurudeen Olaniran |
Categories: absence, anger, bereavement, lost, mothers day, parents, sorrow,

Lost Sheep

I can’t smile
When my heart is sorrowful

I can’t help
When my mind is vague

I can’t dream
When my life is vissionless

Oh! my creator
When will my heart be happy?

Oh! my God
When will my mind be hopefully filled?

Oh! my diviner
When will my life be alive?

May be, 
When my lost sheep is returned to me
Safely and alive

Then I smile
And my heart is happy.

Poem Details | by Gail Foster |
Categories: children, daffodils, death, love, missing you, mothers day, sad,

Mothering Sunday

Mothering Sunday
old men weeping, daffodils
at the graveyard gate

sons and daughters, motherless
everyone somebody's child

© Gail Foster 26th March 2017

Poem Details | by Don Schaeffer |
Categories: angel, death, mothers day,

The Angel

He came
and brought her
life with his
stories. They 
were all the life she had.
She lay
with her eyes
wide, blurred 
with images from elsewhere.
He was earthbound small
and she was large,
It was dark 
when he left the room.

Poem Details | by Bernadette Spencer |
Categories: death, life, loss, sad, day, mothers day, day, life,

Devastating Mother's Day

This mother's day is a day of tears and visions
Once again I have lost a miracle
A miracle and creation of life growing within me
Tears are all I can shed
Visions are all I have left
My smile turned upside down is the same feeling of my world
God works in mysterious ways
He only hands you something you can handle
To have made a life on valentines day only to have it taken from me on mother's 
Truly how sad is that
Can't pick one word to express such a devastating blow
All in time I tell myself
Nothing comes before it's time
This mother's day I shed tears of my hope for a healthy baby that I shall never see
God Bless all of you have experienced the same pain

Poem Details | by randy johnson |
Categories: death, dedication, mom, mothers day, son,

Happy Mother's Day, Mom - Part 2

This is the third Mother's Day that has come around since you perished.
The love that we felt for one another is something that I'll always cherish.
Out of all of the people on Earth, you meant more to me than anyone.
You were always there for me and I'm a privileged man to be your son.
You were very special and everybody who knew you, knows that is true.
You gave birth to me in 1971, I wouldn't even be alive if it wasn't for you.
Whenever people ask me how I feel about you, I'll always say "I love her."
Happy Mother's Day Mom, you were one of the world's greatest mothers.

[Dedicated to Agnes Johnson (1948-2013) who passed away at the age of 64 on March 6, 2013.]

Poem Details | by randy johnson |
Categories: death, dedication, mother, mothers day,

Happy Mother's Day, Mom - Part IV

This is the fifth Mother's Day that has come around since you passed away.
I really miss being a part of your life on Mother's Day.
Billions of women are celebrating Mother's Day all over the Earth.
You became a mother about fifty years ago when you gave birth.
You gave birth to my brother in 1967 and four years later you gave birth to me.
You brought both of us into the world and you filled both of our hearts with glee.
You were a special mother and many people know this.
Happy Mother's Day Mom, you will always be missed.

[Dedicated to Agnes M. Johnson (1948-2013) who passed away on March 6, 2013.]

Poem Details | by Robyn Blauw |
Categories: death, loss, mother,


It’s been so long since she has gone
And still
I miss her

My heart fills with the grief of my loss
The tears fall
And I remember

She was so like my best friend now gone
And now
I miss them both

Mothers Day with flowers and presents
And memories
To make us cry

The façade of happy mothers faces, 
Some in truth
Some lies

Go forward - enjoy your Mothers Day
And remember
Things past

And try. 
Not to cry. 

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: death, devotion, family, imagination, inspirational, mother, visionary, mothers day,

Mother Of All Pearls

Mother of all pearls
Only to be found in the land of sky blue waters
Tucked neatly beneath her own shell
Holding and cradling her youngest gem
Earrings necklace rings to mention a few
Rest assure it will brighten her day
So grab your snorkles flippers and scuba tanks

Dive beneath corral reefbeds
Awaiting upon for your arrival
Yes a tightly wrapped mother pearl gem

In Loving Memory
Mom {1934-2005}

You Will Alway's Be 
My Pearl Mom  {RIP}

Happy Mother's Day To All 
Moms Stepmoms And Moms To Be

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: death, devotion, family, inspirational, loss, mother, mothers day,

What About Mom

roses are red
violets are blue
today's mothers day
for dad had no clue

told him once
told him twice
now I'm done
being really nice

you took her hand
and made a family band
so today Mom should feel really grand

chop your wood
like only one could
but don't forget she understood

a loch of hair 
a bunch of pears
anything nice she does not care

she wanted to start a garden
with varity of colors that blend
To place them in your office den

Are you hearing me now daddy
For this I only Plea
Please don't forget about mama
For she loves you and me

RIP  Mama And Daddy

Happy Mother's Day All
Love Kathy And Jenny

Poem Details | by Olajide Oribamise |
Categories: death, fire, goodbye, memory, mothers day, poems, writing,


A Nation in distress, 
Our Land is in distress 
Father deliver the Nation
Father deliver our Land 
Cleanse the Nation
Cleanse our Land 
We look to You
We run to You
Deliver us from all that is awful  
You alone is Powerful 
Deliver the Nation. 
Deliver our Land
We run to You
We look to You

Poem Details | by randy johnson |
Categories: death, dedication, mother, mothers day,

Mother's Day

It was seven years ago when you celebrated your final Mother's Day.
We had to bury you ten months later when you passed away.
Before you became ill, your death wasn't something that our family anticipated.
We made the doctors do everything they could, including having your leg amputated.
You became a mom in 1967 when you gave birth to my only brother.
You were a unique person and one of the world's greatest mothers.

[Dedicated to Agnes Greene-Johnson (1948-2013) who passed away on March 6, 2013.]