letter to my transgender daughter
I made soup tonight, with cabbage, chard
and thyme picked outside our back door.
For this moment the room is warm and light,
and I can presume you safe somewhere.
I know the night lives inside you. I know grave,
Mother's Day take place on the second Sunday in May each year in the United States. Browse our selection of poems for and about mothers below and find more poems and resources for Mother's Day on our Poems for Mother's Day page.
|1841||To My Mother||Lucretia Maria Davidson|
|1842||To My Mother||Christina Rossetti|
|1849||To My Mother||Edgar Allan Poe|
|1859||Rock Me to Sleep||Elizabeth Akers Allen|
|1881||[Sonnets are full of love, and this my tome]||Christina Rossetti|
|1885||To My Mother||Robert Louis Stevenson|
|1892||Mother o' Mine||Rudyard Kipling|
|1921||With Child||Genevieve Taggard|