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We often take our parents for granted and tend to overlook their contributions in making us what we are today. If you too feel the same way, then thank your parents with these parent's day poems.

Parent's Day Poems

Parents are the most important people in our lives. They bring us into this beautiful world, care for us with love and care, provide us with education so that we grow up into responsible and levelheaded human beings. Nevertheless, we often fail to notice the contributions of our parents in our upbringing and take them for granted. Parent's day gives you the opportunity to thank your parents for everything they have done for you. If you too feel grateful for having the best parents on earth and want to let them know your heartfelt feelings, then parent's day is the perfect time for you to convey your emotions. Writing a poem is a fantastic way to express your feelings to your parents. However, if you are not creative enough and are unable to write your own poem, then here are some poignant parent's day poems for you to consider. Read on and feel free to use them to thank your parents on this very exceptional day.

Poems For Parents

A Little Thank You
I don't always show it
but you know that I do
appreciate how much
the both of you
have helped me with my life,
love, and career
and given me all of the things
that have gotten me here.

Thanks Mom, Thanks Dad
Thank you, Mom.
Thank you, Dad.
Three small words.
So much to add.
For all your love
and your support
a million words
would be too short.
The words, "I love you"
seem too few
to express the love
I have for you.

Mom and Dad, In Your Honor
It was the day of Graduation, It just wasn't feeling right
Then I realized what it was, As I crossed the stage that night
You both have always been there, times were tough or I was sad
Always offering a shoulder, As well as everything you had
You taught me to make decisions, By offering sound advise
And I knew you'd always be there, Without ever thinking twice
You shared with me your wisdom, When you were proud, you let me know
Allowing me to make my own mistakes, Without saying "I told you so!"
Dad, I think you should wear this cap, As you taught me to stand tall
I know without your guidance, I could not be here at all
Mom, you deserve to wear this gown, For all you've sacrificed
You deserve a day of glamour, Wow, wouldn't that be nice!
Though it took some time to realize, Now at last I know
I received my favorite gift, Eighteen years ago
I'm looking forward to the party, In fact, I can hardly wait
I'll be telling everyone, That it's you, We Celebrate!
Your reward is soon to come, So look up towards the sky
You gave me roots, You gave me wings
In Your Honor, Watch Me Fly!

When You Thought I Wasn't Looking
When You Thought I Wasn't Looking,
I saw you hang my first painting on the refrigerator,
and I wanted to paint another one.
When You Thought I Wasn't Looking,
I saw you feed a stray cat,
and I thought it was good to be kind to animals.
When You Thought I Wasn't Looking,
I saw you make my favorite cake for me,
and I knew that little things are special things.
When You Thought I Wasn't Looking,
I heard you say a prayer,
and I believed there is a God I could always talk to.
When You Thought I Wasn't Looking,
I felt you kiss me goodnight,
and I felt loved.
When You Thought I Wasn't Looking,
I saw tears come from your eyes,
and I learned that sometimes things hurt,
but it's all right to cry.
When You Thought I Wasn't Looking,
I saw that you cared and I wanted to be
everything that I could be.

To All Parents
"We don't need your schooling,
We just want to have fun and go around fooling.
We're the leaders of your nation,
Everything you hear about in the future WE will have done.
We're going to make sure the world survives,
WE won't use scams or bribes.
There's no justice there's just us,
We sometimes complain and even fuss.
What happened to the meaning of in God we trust?
He created us, love him we must.
So when we get older and our children grow up,
As they start to mature, start to look up.
We're gong to teach them what you all showed us,
Like to be kind and not to cuss."

Mom And Dad
"I can't repay the lessons That you taught when I was small.
Or give you gift for gift The daily treasures I recall...
I can't return encouragement And loving words of praise.
In quite the way you did for me Through all my childhood days.
But there is one gift that I can give, It's all the love you've earned.
For love is what you always taught... And love is what I learned."

Celebrate parent's day with these lovely parent's day poems!

Poems For Mom
The word that evokes the most powerful of emotions in us is undoubtedly "mother". It strikes at the core of our hearts and arouses deep feelings of pure and unadulterated love. Her love is ever-expansive, almost like the abundant universe. A home without a mother

Poems For Dad
In times of dire need and necessity, who is it that comes to your mind for help? It is none other than your parents - your mother and father - who will leave no stone unturned to give you the best despite the worst befalling them. They are your bedrock who will ensure that you are nurtured and protected.

Parents Love Poems
If poems are to be written for someone, it has got to be for a parent. Picture this - Instead of handing over your dad a T-shirt as a gift, you write him a poem and a very meaningful one at that. Now wouldn't this seem like the nicest gesture in the world?

Parent's Anniversary Poems
Needless to say, our parents will always occupy a special place in our hearts, despite their eccentricities and idiosyncrasies. After all, they are the ones responsible who bring us up, and see us through thick and thin.