Haiku Poems About Mom | Mom Haiku Poems

Haiku poems about Mom and Mom haiku poems. Read and enjoy these haikus! See also Mom Quotes.

Poem Details | by Sharon Ruebel |
Categories: childhood, devotion, growing up,

hide and seek

summer evening
hide and seek
until mom calls

Poem Details | by Sunshine Smile |
Categories: miss you, mom,

- Haiku X 14 - Your Soul -

                                 Kneeling by my mother's grave
                                 All the flowers had faded away
                                    Her soul breathed on me

A-L  Andresen :)                            

*Miss you mom !

Poem Details | by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: fun,

Funny haikus for kids

Funny haikus for kids

monkey snatches purse
you throw banana to him
he throws back your purse..

saddle a wild horse
to jump on its back swiftly 
else it rides on you.

tree that offers shade
also might be nesting birds
blesses with droppings.

playing in puddles
and muddy clothes by day end
how will you face mom..

big zeroes in the notebook
is there any use.

Written April 21st, 2016
Sponsor- Team PoetrySoup

Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: hope, inspirational, nature,

Robin Red Breast

Daylily casualty
Robins flocking in the yard

***I lost a daylily to grub worms and the Robins love grubs and wormsThe last two days the robins have been all over my yard eating worms and grubs.....poetic justice!!

One year when I was a child I was walking in the yard and army worms were every where....I run in side and tell mom then I go back out and worry that they will eat all our vegitation....shortly a flock of birds by the thousands comes along and eats up the worms it was like a blessing and yet it happend so fast I don't think my parents really believed me.

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra |
Categories: family, war,

Family and War

During Vietnam
recordings made for my Dad
while Mom went astray

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra |
Categories: childhood, growing up, humor,

A Child's Dilema

I asked Mom question
where does Double-U come from?
she said ask your dad

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: children, funny, holiday, mother,



It took three whole days
for Jack to build a snowman;
he's as tall and strong


They are thrilled and scream..
playing in the deep, fresh snow;
they cannot their mom 


Heart, take a quick look: 
isn't winter's glittering snow 
so mysterious?

Poem Details | by Aarya Roy |
Categories: depression, family, hope, inspirational,

It's my time

lonely battles, endless dreams,  with dark red eyes, my childhood screams
Nothing is going, on my way, "It's my time" is hard to say
How to move, how to fall, frustration is growing tall
Still I try to find my way, "It's my time" is hard to say
With loads of hope of mom & dad, I stand tall.cuz i can't fall
two pairs of never ending dreams, I'll make my way.Someday

Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: animals, life, mother, on

A Baby Seal

a baby seal wakes
in a fisherman's net- sad,
wondering where's mom 

Poem Details | by chris bowen |
Categories: computer-internet

a small haiku book

how do they know that
the grass is always greener
on the other side?

if my head wasnt
screwed on i would forget where
i put it myself

whats so hard about
eating a vegatable?
of course,the wheelchair

my mom always said
theres no use crying over
spilled milk but who knows?

the advice was this
the early bird gets the worm
thats an incentive?

turn the other cheek
if somebody strikes at you
and get hit there too!!!

if you love something
set it free,if it comes back
you look great naked

Poem Details | by chris bowen |
Categories: art,

shampoo head

its bubble bath time
a mom scoops up her small child
home from work,set

Poem Details | by shans PRIYA |
Categories: teen,


Cell phones whether good or bad
In the pockets of mom and dad

We use map,games,internet etc;.
Can also be used in orchestra

It won't allow you to feel blue
The way to handle is upto you...

Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: childhood, memory, passion,


                                              First day in school life
                                           sorrow blue innocent face
                                               one silent next cries

                                                Mom was in tension
                                           sister took care at that time
                                               seen tearing eyes

Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: family, nature, seasons, social,

a mom and her child...

a mom and her child...
enjoying the quiet lake,
my priceless treasures 

Poem Details | by Asif Andalib |
Categories: animals, food, inspirational, life,

The mom kingfisher

A mom kingfisher
Tried to catch a fish from pond
But dropped it at last!

Poem Details | by Brian Bauer |
Categories: children,

When the sun Falls Down at Night

A child once asked me,
When the Sun falls down at night
Does his Mom help him?

Poem Details | by Sohini Mukherjee |
Categories: family, growing up, happiness,

My Family

Close knit family
Me, my sister and mom dad
Lot of love and care

But not together
Live in different places
Still miss each other

Phone calls and small texts
Video chats and emails
Keep us together

Visit once a year
Talk and gossip all the day
Miss them when return

Memories we keep
Of the lovely childhood spent
Always in our hearts

2nd May, 2016

Poem Details | by Neelam Sangwai |
Categories: night,

Sound Night

Night monsters for me
Irritates grandpa, mom smiles 
Papa snores loudly

Poem Details | by Patrice Trice Jackson |
Categories: kid, life, memory,

My fondest memory

Missing my childhood
playing games in the streets with friends
sip water from hose 

Sneaking to the store
Buy junk food before dinner
get in big trouble

Walking far with friends
ride the bike far to the beach
beat the street lights home

Rushing home from school
erase the teacher message
before mom get home

My first childhood crush
was a player broke my heart 
gave me my first kiss

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: candy,



Oh, Lollipop, sugar drops
Lemonheads, KitKat, M&M's
My mom say's to much candy

by James Edward Lee Sr.

Poem Details | by Hannah Corey |
Categories: life, lonely, love,

Instant telegram

If I could send an
Instant telegram, I would
Tell Mom I loved her

Send my love to Dad
And to all of you on earth
I would send my love

But you cannot send
Telegrams down from heaven
So I am silent

Poem Details | by Susan Yantis |
Categories: bereavement,


Missing Mom and Dad
Bright jewels in an unknown sea
My heart speaks daily

Poem Details | by Kaaviya Baskaran |
Categories: appreciation, dad, longing, love,

'Had I'

Had I been a phone,
I would have been loved even more
By my mom and dad.

Poem Details | by Anisha Dutta |
Categories: sweet,



            Sweet Noble Nature
             with excellent resources
              to learn and study.

           Sweet can be one's life,
           if proper care nurtures child
           to grow up perfect.

          Sweet is the friendship,
          If friend jumps indeed in need.
          Bond being tied both wise.

          Sweetest is her child 
           to each Mom over World Wide.
           Fact, universal.

           The sweetest sentence 
           to speak to one or to hear,
           ‘I love you, My Dear.’


  Contest 232 any form/theme max 16 lines by Brian Strand                        


Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: appreciation, dedication, poetry,


                                   HAIKU    I LOVE YOU   
                                 by James Edward Lee Sr.

                                     Mother Japan, my...
                                Mom seventeen syllables
                                   Three lines five, seven...

                                        Evoking varies...
                                Imagine of this whole earth
                                        Hai kai no ku light

                                     Mother Japan, my...
                               Light, verses 17 syllables all
                                 Three lines 5, seven, five

                                     HAIKU I LOVE U


Poem Details | by Alexis Y. |
Categories: family, love,


Two hearts beat as one
number three will arrive soon
 Mom carries love child 

Two married and became one and shared a kiss
Their child is three, they're still in wedded bliss 

Contest: Charliekucoup
Sponsor: Charles Messina

Poem Details | by purbasha roy |
Categories: child, childhood, memory,

Lunch Box-HC

            Three pancakes mom gave
                 One I save.your lunch box fell
                          Two fills my stomach

A childhood incident ,when my friend was hungry in the lunch break.