Endless Love for Mommy: Happy mothers day!

Extraordinary Mom

What can I say of my wonderful mother,
An extraordinary person, a mom like no other.
Whenever I need you, you’re always there;
You listen, understand, and show that you care.

You do the things other mothers all do,
But Mom, there’s just so much more to you.
It’s hard to describe the feelings I feel;
My love for you, Mom, is deep and real.

I appreciate you more than I ever could say;
To my extraordinary mom: Happy Mother’s Day!

By Joanna Fuchs

 

Happy Mothers Day poems can describe what Mom has done for you, as this mom poem does.

Unconditional Mom

Mom, you’re everything a mom should be;
Your love shines bright in everything I see.
You’re parent, friend, supporter, all for me.
You give your sweet love unconditionally.

You always do what’s best for me, I know;
You mentored me to help me learn and grow.
Your kindness, caring, nurturing always show;
That’s why I love, respect and admire you so.

There aren’t enough words to say what I should say,
So now I’ll wish you Happy Mother’s Day!

By Joanna Fuchs

 

I Appreciate You

Mom, you’re very special;
I really think you’re great.
On Mother’s Day,
It’s time to say
It’s you I appreciate!

Your love is never ending; It shows in all you do.
There’s no other mom
In the whole wide world
Who’s half as good as you!

By Joanna Fuchs

Mothers Day poems from kids are much in demand. This message for Mothers Day can be used in a card or with a Mothers Day gift.

Endless Love for Mommy

Mommy, I love you lots;
You’re my favorite person ever.
When will I stop loving you?
Never, never, never!

By Joanna Fuchs

Messages for mothers should always be upbeat and communicate affection, as this Mothers Day wish does.

Happy Mommy

Mommy, I love you so;
You’re everything to me.
I hope on Mother’s Day,
You’re happy as can be!

By Joanna Fuchs

 

If Angels Were Mothers

If angels were mothers
They’d be like you,
Helpful and loving
In all they’d do.

If angels were mothers
They still couldn’t be
A better mom
Than you are to me!

By Joanna Fuchs

The best Mothers Day poems communicate good feelings as this Mothers Day saying does.

Rich Mom

Mom, you make me feel
Secure and loved and warm,
Blissful in your love,
Safe from any storm.

If I could sell this feeling,
It would be an easy pitch
To get everyone to buy,
And we would both be rich!

By Joanna Fuchs

For All You Do

Mom, I should have told you
a long time ago
how very much I admire and respect you
for all you do.
You are extraordinary
in your ability to manage
so many different tasks and projects,
often simultaneously.
What really amazes me
is that you do all these things,
while showing your love for me,
true, devoted, mother love,
making me feel nurtured and cared for.
Mom, words don’t exist
to express the deep appreciation and love
I feel for you this Mothers’ Day
and every day,
for all you do.

By Joanna Fuchs

Angel Mom

You’re the best person I’ve known,
Covering me in your love as I’ve grown,
My defender, watching, alert,
To protect me from being hurt.

You’re my guardian angel; I see
How you take care to look out for me.
You’re the best mom in every way;
Have a wonderful Mother’s Day!

By Karl and Joanna Fuchs

 

Caring Mom

I lived inside you until you gave birth;
You watched as I learned what goes on here on earth.
Your love and your caring led me the right way.
I know and I feel that you still care today.

I treasure you deeply; you fill me with pride;
I’ll always be thankful I grew up by your side.
You’re a wonderful mother, so I just want to say,
I love you, dear Mom. Happy Mother’s Day!

By Karl and Joanna Fuchs

A Mothers Day poem can also be a Mothers Day prayer, like this mom prayer.

A Mother’s Day Prayer

Mom, if I could talk to the Lord above,
I’d pray to keep you safe in His holy love.
In every minute, hour of each day,
I pray that you’ll be blessed in every way.

Mom, you’ve given everything to me;
You taught me how to live and how to be.
I’m thinking of you, now, on Mother’s Day.
I love you, mom, much more than I can say;

Lord, she has a dear heart, like no other;
Lord, please take good care of my sweet mother.

By Joanna Fuchs

 

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