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Want to bring a smile on your motherís face? Funny poetry would be the best resort. Read on to know some humorous Motherís Day poems.

Funny Motherís Day Poems

Fun and joy are an important part of life, which has gone missing in the present-day world. With deadlines to meet and pressure building up each day, there is no time left to share a light moment with your family and friends. Mother's Day is a great time to leave the baggage of seriousness and somberness behind, and laugh a little. Humorous poems qualify as one of the most popular ways to get funny on such gatherings. Apart from spreading a smile on your mother's face, they would also convey your feelings in the right spirit, making your bond stronger. Given below are some funny poems that can make you and your mother chuckle and giggle on Mother's Day.

Funny Poems For Mother's Day

Mommy
Mommy you are sweet
Mommy you are nice
Don't ever leave me
Cause you make the best rice!!!!

Dear Lord
Dear Lord, it's such a hectic day
With little time to stop and pray
For life's been anything but calm
Since You called on me to be a mom

Running errands, matching socks
Building dreams with building blocks
Cooking, cleaning, and finding shoes
And other stuff that children lose

Fitting lids on bottled bugs
Wiping tears and giving hugs
A stack of last weeks mail to read
So where's the quiet time I need?
 
Yet when I steal a minute, Lord
Just at the sink or ironing board
To ask the blessings of Your grace
I see then, in my small one's face

That you have blessed me
All the while
And I stop to kiss
That precious smile

My Mother's On the Phone Again!
My mother's on the phone again.
It makes my mood grow sour,
Waiting for the talk to stop. . .
I think it's been an hour.

My mother's on the phone again.
Will she get off? No way!
It's either Gramma or Aunt Kit. . . .
I think it's been a day.

My mother's on the phone again.
I talk, but she won't hear.
She said, "Just one more minute, Hon'." . . .
I think it's been a year.

She hangs it up, gives me a hug.
We start to talk and then . . .
I hear a ring. It's not . . .
Oh, no! She's on the phone again!

I've Known You
I've known you since my day of birth,
(perhaps a few months more).
There's lots of nice things I could tell,
(but I refuse to bore).

You're smart. You're great. You're all the best.
(There's much more I could say.)
But I can only think of one. . . It's Happy Mother's Day!