Inspirational Family Poems - Celebrate Family Ties & Mother's Day
Looking for inspirational family poems to read?
Here's several inspiring poems about families and mothers who tend to play a monumental role in people's lives.
When it comes to family, emotions usually run deep. A person's encounter with family ties begins right from one's birth and stretches till the final days of a person's life. As such, we are much influenced by our family members and our mothers. They undeniably play a crucial role in shaping us, our mentality and how we interact with the world at large.
Be it that it's Mother's Day and you're seeking out some sentimental mother poems to read, or looking for family poems that focus on the encouraging aspect of family ties, I hope you'll enjoy the following poems!
A Mother's Love by Fion Lim
How deep is a mother's love? How far does a mother's love go? Is there a limit to her love? Is there always enough of her love?
A mother will for the love of her children, Do the things ordinary beings will not do, Things that are seen as a bother, She has them done without much fuss.
Always making sure there is ample food for all, Hiding her countless worries for her children, Swallowing anger when her pride is bruised, Forgiving the very child who hurt her feelings.
Taking under her loving and gentle wings, The little children of her own children, Pouring her unmatched devotion and affection, Spelling out the great depth of her endless love.
Siblings different as day and night Same environment we grew up in Each carrying one's own character Diverse values and mindsets Distinct set of life priorities Living out lives in various ways
When occasion calls for a reunion Grievances and complaints cast aside Differences melt into saw dust Nothing heavy nothing embarrassing Just happy chat as best as can be Reveling in family ties for good measure
Memories of the old a common thread Laughter and merry-making aplenty Cherishing the limited time together Basking in unbreakable bonds of kinship Before each departing back to own life Oh the ties of family and reunions