My mom mows the lawn

At the crack of dawn;


She takes out the trash

To get rid of our stash;


She repairs the car

So that we can go far;


She fixes the sink

Because we need a drink;


She patches the roof

As there’s no time to goof;


She lifts heavy things

Though she hurt her strings;


She paints the walls

In any spare time that falls;


She cuts the wood

Though I wish I could;


She works all day

But still finds time to PLAY.


Thanks MOM for being the GREATEST DAD ever!


  • Author: Suebepooh (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 5th, 2018 21:52
  • Comment from author about the poem: Some children do not have both parents with them, therefore one parent has to do both parent's jobs - such as a mom and a dad.
  • Category: Special occasion
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  • Users favorite of this poem: Laura🌻, prettylittlepoet.


  • Roselyn

    Love this!

    • Suebepooh

      Thank you! If you want to reply back, feel free, if not is ok. I'm just wondering if you are in the same situation. Or why you like it? Thanks for commenting. 🙂 Do you have any poems to share?

      • Roselyn

        I am in the same situation. So it really hit home and very inspiring to see others through the same thing! I don't have poems related to that exactly but my poem Waves represents how I feel about the situation the most. Thank you for your response!!

      • Laura🌻

        An excellent tribute!
        Enjoyed it!


        • Suebepooh

          Thank you! If you want to reply back again, feel free, if not ok. Just wondering why you like my poem and/or how can you relate to it? Thanks for commenting 🙂 Do you have any poems posted? I'd like to see.

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