“Having children is like living in a frat house – nobody sleeps, everything’s broken, and there’s a lot of throwing up,” says the wise Ray Romano. As a guy, it can be awkward to express your feelings, but wait, that’s what poets are for. They come in handy for saying weird things like, love.
Now, here are some of the best poems for your favorite woman in the world. Time to woo your mamas.
Mother’s Day Poems
Month of May ~ Anon
For all the diapers
that you changed,
For all the play dates
For all the trips
back and forth to school,
For cleaning all the spit up
and the drool.
Why is there only
one Mother’s Day?
You could have at least gotten
the ENTIRE month of May.
Happy Mother’s Day Mom!
You Know Me ~ Holly Giffers
Mum you know the worst of me,
My weaknesses and follies,
I know you’ve seen me poop my pants
and cut the heads off dollies,
You know all my most embarrassing moments,
You know that I’m a nut,
So what can I do to repay your love..
…and make sure you keep your mouth shut!?
A Mother’s Love ~ Anon
Of all the special joys in life,
The big ones and the small,
A mother’s love and tenderness
Is the greatest of them all.
Blessing ~ Anon
There is no blessing
quite so dear…
as a mom like you
to love year after year.
Shortest Mother’s Day Poem ~ Forest Houtenschil
You’re my mother,
I would have no other!
Sunshine ~ Anon
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.
A Wish for You ~ Anon
Just one little wish for you, Mom,
But it’s loving and happy and true-
It’s a wish that the nicest and best things
Will always keep coming to you!
Thank You, Mother ~ Anon
Once upon a memory
Someone wiped away a tear
Held me close and loved me,
Thank you, Mother dear.
Mommy ~ Madisyn B
You brushed my hair and tucked me in,
Made me laugh for hours on end.
You kissed my boo-boos when I fooled around.
Mommy, you never let me down.
For the Mom Who Does Everything ~ Anon
Mom, I know you do the dishes
And I know you cook the food
I know you scrub down all the floors
Even when you’re in a bad mood.
And every night you walk the dog
While I’m watching all my shows
On Thursday’s you take out the trash
And every spring you wash the windows.
Mom, I know you’re sad I’ll go someday
And leave you all alone
But right now I’m only 35
So what other place could I call home?