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Poem for Mom From Daughter

Updated on November 16, 2017
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Ashish is a writer and poet who has hit the online market with success. He has pursued Creative Writing from London School of Journalism.

This poem is dedicated to all son and daughter. This poem explains about mother's devotion for her child. This poem would remind you about how much efforts mother has taken for you without even one condition. Which will make you think does she need your support and love today?

Mother giving her baby an unconditional love.
Mother giving her baby an unconditional love. | Source

Your mom has given up on life,

The day she chose to be a wife.


Trying to adjust to the leaders rule,

Getting blamed, after working like a mule.


Waking up first and going to bed last,

On the smallest of mistakes; there is a blast.


Nine months of pain still makes her happy,

She gave up on a career; to change our nappy.


Your happiness is hers; you are her only goal,

She will drink your sorrows; served in a bowl.


There is utmost joy; when she feeds us the meals,

Make food someday; you will know how it feels.


Just remember the last time; on her forehead you kissed,

Though when she cares and calls; it makes you pissed.


If the expected things are not according to your taste,

The efforts that she has put is considered to be a waste.


In the temple, she prays for you; walking a mile,

You can’t even drop her; saying NO with a smile.


You feel she is old and will never understand you,

She was the one, who understood when words were few.

 Mother carrying her baby for nine months in her womb by sacrifice everything.
Mother carrying her baby for nine months in her womb by sacrifice everything. | Source

A Poem About Mother by Ashish Dadgaa

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      Ashi 8 months ago

      @Shaila,

      Thank you very much for your feedback. :)

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      ShailaSheshadri 8 months ago from Bengaluru

      Wow! I liked the way you are expressing the gratitude to a mother. I can see the tender feelings in you for your mother. Nice...

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      Ashi 9 months ago

      @Lisa,

      Thank you for your kind words and your view. I respect that.

      Bless you.

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      Lisa VanVorst 9 months ago from New Jersey

      This poem is a tribute to all mothers. I am a mother and my daughter and I do not seem to agree on much. But we always say I love you even after an argument. My mother has passed away and I miss her so. This poem lets each of us know that no matter what, our mothers have given so much to us and we will as mother's do the same. The pictures are so beautiful and display the warmth of your tribute to mothers.

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      Ashi 11 months ago

      @Divya Merh,

      Thank you :)

      Yeah sure I will. :)

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      Divya Merh 11 months ago

      You are most welcome :))). Keep writing more wonderful poems and articles :))

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      Ashi 11 months ago

      @Divya Merh,

      Thank you so much for reading my work and your wonderful feedback :)

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      Divya Merh 11 months ago

      your poem is a beautiful portrait and realism of a mother :)

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      Ashi 11 months ago

      @Amy,

      Thank you so much for your detailed feedback on my poem :)

      I really appreciate your view :) I am glad that my words made someone's day :)

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      Amy 12 months ago from East Coast

      "You feel she is old and will never understand you, She was the one, who understood when words were few."

      This phrase pretty much sums up motherhood. Your beautiful poem made my day! It made me appreciate my mom more as well. You should submit this poem to be published.

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      Sakina Nasir 14 months ago from Kuwait

      You are welcome :)

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      Ashi 14 months ago

      @Sakina,

      Thank you so much for your kind feedback :)

      Bless you.

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      Sakina Nasir 14 months ago from Kuwait

      Lovely poem! Such a wonderful talent. God bless you.☺

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      Ashi 15 months ago

      Yes, I agreed with your view.

      However, Month who keep her child under shelter indirectly she is holding her child's growth. The child would need she mother's support at each and every step. Mother shall leave her child on his/her destiny so that child can grow and develop very well.

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      manatita44 15 months ago from london

      Yes. You can write an acrostic poem with this. But it's great as it is too.

      Right? You are right, yes, if you feel that way.

      I admire all the others except 'open-minded.' Many mothers are fiercely protective of their children, which can sometimes blind them to the fact that the child can be wrong. I see this even in spiritual circles.

      It is a real joy to see the good mother taking the side of the child she does not know, when she believes that her own child is in the wrong. I do not know that this is too common. But again, it can sometimes be a blessing, as the son or daughter corrects their ways when they see how passionate the mother loves them. Joy and Peace.

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      Ashi 16 months ago

      Yes, agree with you. I have high respect for both kinds of Mother.

      M - Motivator

      O - Open Minded

      T - Tenacious

      H - Heart of Gold

      R - Remarkable

      I hope I right :)

      Take Care.

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      manatita44 16 months ago from london

      Different bro, just different. Some are of the Divine Mother, and some reflect the Love and sacrifice of God's earthy instruments. You're doing fine. Hari Om Tat Sat! Om Shanti!

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      Ashi 16 months ago

      @Manatita,

      Thank you so much for your appreciation and feedback for this poem. I hope to learn from your poems as a learner. I am sure you 12 poems about mothers would be much more mature compared to mine.

      Thank you Guru ji.

      Hari Om!

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      manatita44 16 months ago from london

      Perhaps the most visual poem that I have read about mothers. So real! So vivid! So succinct, saying most that need to be said in so few words!

      I have here about 12 or so poems about mothers and women too. I'm all flowery, lofty, sublime, but you have added the practical realities with an awesome poem! My infinite gratitude. Hari Om!

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      Ashi 16 months ago

      @Venkatachari M

      Thank you Venkatachari M. I totally agree with your view. :)

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      Venkatachari M 16 months ago from Hyderabad, India

      Wonderful lines glorifying mother's love and sacrifice for her children. All sons and daughters should read this and learn to treat their mother with love and respect.

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      Ashi 16 months ago

      @ Surabhi

      Thank you very much :)

      Glad that you like it :)

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      Surabhi Kaura 16 months ago

      Oh! Ashish, my Dear! I love the way you compose the videos. It's not my area... I wish I was an expert, but not too tech savvy.

      Getting back to your poem, it feels like as if it's coming from a 'Shravan Puttar' (a devoted son). I am sure you have a lovely Mom who brought you up with endearment and wisdom. Your poem rhymes beautifully. Good work. Peace buddy!