• Flower Poems

    Grades 1, 2, 3 learn the beauty of flowers at an early age, and are so glad to share their joy with Mom.

    Poems To Mom:

    A Sweet Pea Welcome

    (For a child holding a bunch of sweet peas, welcoming mothers to a Mother’s Day event.)

    The sweet pea is a happy flower,

    Each petal is bright with cheer,

    They smell so good under my nose,

    They seem to say this Mother’s Day

    We gladly welcome you  here.

    (After poem is said the child can pass out his or her flowers to some of the mothers in attendance.)

    D. Alsup


    Pink Petals

    Three pink rose petals

    I’m handing to you,

    The first one to make a wish,

    The  second to make

    that wish come true,

    The third to wish and wish again,

    All the year through.

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    D. Alsup

    A Dandelion Wish

    Make a wish

    Upon this dandelion Mom,

    I’ll hold it under your chin,

    Wish and wish

    and wish and wish

    and wish and wish again,

    Wish until your chin turns yellow

    And then your wishes end.

    Happy Mothers Day Mom

    Let the wishes begin!

    D. Alsup

    Poems About Mother:

    ONE WAY

    (For a small child wearing a carnation)

    If you love your Mother dear

    There’s lots of ways to show it;

    I’m wearing this carnation here

    So you’ll be sure to know it!

    Author Unknown

    Lily Of The Valley

    I love the lily of the valley,

    That blooms in May,

    The white or pink tiny bells

    ring loudly to say:

    To all Mother’s everywhere,

    Have a Happy Mother’s Day!

    D. Alsup

    The Flower Garden

    We planted rows of flowers

    to make a flower bed

    the squirrels tried to dig them up

    and eat them instead

    so we planted daffodils

    to keep the squirrels away

    our Mothers Day flower garden

    will be beautiful like mommy

    and blooming

    by Mothers Day.

    D. Alsup

    Grades 4, 5, 6 can shower Mom with floral delights using one of these poems:

    Poems To Mom:

    Flower Garden

    Mom I planted you a flower garden with

    Mums you love so dear

    Orange blossoms and a

    Money plant for wealth

    To celebrate your year.

    Happy Mother’s Day !

    D. Alsup

    The Largest Flower Of All

    If I could travel to a rainforest

    I’d search high and low

    for the largest flower on earth,

    the rafflesia,

    for my love to you

    I’ll show

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    D. Alsup

    Wishing You

    Mom,

    when you walk in the room,

    flowers you should smell

    from one end to the other

    wishing you well,

    wishing you love,

    wishing you joy,

    on this your special day

    wishing you loudly,

    “I love You”,

    they say,

    Have a

    Happy Mothers Day!

    D. Alsup

    Poems About Mother:

    Two Mothers

    I picked a large bouquet today

    To give to my dear Mother,

    Then Daddy said in earnest way,

    “Come now, let’s get another,

    Because you see your Grandma dear,

    Is my own precious Mother!

    That’s what we did; you should have seen

    How pleased our mothers were!

    I found my Mother and I gave

    My flowers right to her,

    And Daddy, in the selfsame way,

    Gave my Grandma his big bouquet!

    Author Unknown

    In The Valley

    You were sitting in the valley,

    among the daffodils,

    the sweet peas and

    the geraniums

    started to cover up the hills,

    you looked upon us playing

    on the beach down below

    as we wrote

    “Happy Mother’s Day”

    in the sand

    that was not too long ago

    covered by snow.

    D. Alsup

    Grades 7, 8, 9 will truly appreciate giving mom poems about  flowers, some of which may be in her garden:

    Poems To Mom:

    Delphiniums

    I’m giving you delphiniums

    Which stand tall,

    Beautiful and strong.

    Just like you mom

    They’re God’s gift

    to embed beauty all day long.

    Happy Mothers Day!

    D. Alsup

    Dad Says:

    Dad says you’re like a work of art,

    Unique and one of a kind,

    He said he loves you oh so much

    and it grows sweeter with time,

    We love you too Mom

    and give you these roses

    for all of our love to remind.

    Happy Mother’s Day.

    D.Alsup

    Remember

    Mom,

    Remember that you’re awesome,

    just like you told me so,

    Remember that the flowers bloom,

    to let their beauty show,

    Remember deep inside

    my Love for you forever grows.

    Remember that

    Remember that

    Remember…

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    D. Alsup

    Poems About Mother:

    A Very Special Way

    I love the month of April,

    for Mother’s Day

    in May comes next,

    I always press a few rose petals

    in the bible on Mom’s favorite text.

    So I know when she opens it,

    usually everyday,

    She’ll plainly see

    how much I think about her

    in a very special way.

    D. Alsup

    The Spring Of Flowers

    I think the spring of flowers

    grows as a tribute to mother,

    It’s no simple task to select

    among the massive assortment of blooms

    that send off such sweet scents

    to question your nose,

    Is this the right one to select or that?

    I suppose.

    Or should I choose several

    or just stick with a traditional

    Red rose?

    D. Alsup


    Grades 10, 11, 12 even though still so young, have been through many phases of life, and have seen mom in many situations and dilemmas.  They will love expressing themselves in a poetic manner that Mom will truly appreciate and enjoy:

    Poems To Mom:

    Roses For You

    I’d like to release a thousand doves

    To each bring you a rose,

    Some of them will carry pink

    A symbol of your elegance and grace

    To set before your nose,

    Some of them will carry orange

    To praise your energy

    That seems to never end,

    A portion will carry lavender

    For your unconditional love

    and acceptance,

    You are a natural Mom

    You are a true friend.

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    D. Alsup

    Thank You

    The words “Thank You”

    don’t seem enough

    for all that you do,

    So here’s a dozen roses

    to solidify their truth.

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    D. Alsup


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