Tags : Motherhood

All My Children

All My Children

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


All My Childrenby Michael R. BurchIt is May now, gentle May,and the sun shines pleasantlyupon the blousy flowersof this backyard cemet'ry,upon my chil..
I Need a Hug

I Need a Hug

A Story by Wanda Vergara-Yates


I was a bratty child. My mother had the patience of a goddess. Read this and see what I mean...photo found in online clipart search.
Dawn: a Coronavirus poem

Dawn: a Coronavirus poem

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Dawnby Michael R. Burchfor Beth and Laura, and all good mothersBring your peculiar strengthto the strange nightmarish fray:wrap up your cherished ones..
I am me

I am me

A Poem by Gisel


Days are rough and lonesome Loud and fast paced Sitting around consumed by boredom A new life with which I am faced A beautiful daughter Happy..
Oh mommy!! I am still waiting

Oh mommy!! I am still waiting

A Poem by Zulfa1994


This poem is about the kid who is waiting for his mother by the shore. It talks about how he feels there waiting for his mother.
Love's Extreme Unction

Love's Extreme Unction

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Love's Extreme Unctionby Michael R. BurchLines composed during Jeremy's first high school football game (he played tuba) , while I watched his mother ..
Logan and I

Logan and I

A Poem by Winslow Des Totes


He may be my nephew and not my child but raising him has been my biggest challenge and my greatest honor.
Not About You

Not About You

A Story by America Faarozon


This is the product of a fight I was having online with a pro-lifer.
Does the Snow Fall in Heaven?

Does the Snow Fall in Heaven?

A Poem by Fransivan Writes


A letter (prose poem) of a mother to her dead child.
Chapter 15 – I Don’t Tell Yo Momma Jokes, I Tell My Momma Jokes

Chapter 15 – I Don’t Tell Yo Momma Jokes, I Te..

A Chapter by Oscar Blomqvist


I freely admit that I have some mommy issues. It's the weird, unsexy version of a girl’s daddy issues. Not that daddy issues are universally sex..
 While you’re away

While you’re away

A Poem by Monday Parker


I miss your sleepy face Walking down the hallway in the Early morning Your golden-brown hair tousled Rubbing the slumber from your ..
Departure

Departure

A Poem by Monday Parker


I felt you leave. Like in a dream where you are falling Only this was rising I knew the moment you left my body My ..

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