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Reconnecting Hearts: Estranged Mother Daughter Poems


Reconciling Love: Poems of Estranged Mother Daughter Relationships

Are you navigating the tricky waters of an estranged relationship with your mother or daughter? You’re not alone! At 1LovePoems, we’ve collected a range of poems that explore the complexities and emotions of this delicate situation. Whether you’re feeling hurt, angry, sad, or hopeful, our selection of poems has got you covered. So take a look, and maybe even share a few with your estranged loved one. Who knows? It might be the start of a beautiful reconciliation. Or, at the very least, you’ll have some poignant poetry to help guide you through the tough times.

Short Poems

1. “Broken Bonds”
Our relationship shattered,
Like glass on a hard floor.
We were once so close,
Now we can’t communicate anymore.

2. “Wounded Heart”
My heart aches for your love,
But you’re so far away.
I yearn to be close to you,
But it seems we’re not meant to stay.

3. “Fading Love”
We used to laugh and talk,
But now we’re distant and cold.
What happened to our bond,
That was once so strong and bold?

4. “Lost Connection”
We’re like two ships passing by,
In a vast, empty sea.
I wish we could connect again,
And be a family.

Medium Poems

1. “Broken Bond”

Our love was pure and true,
But something came between me and you.
The distance grew so wide and deep,
Our fractured bond took its final leap.

The pain and hurt we both endured,
Could not be fixed, it seemed absurd.
The years have passed, but still we’re torn,
For the bond we had will not be born.

I pray for peace and we can heal,
To mend the love that we did feel.
Until that day, my heart will ache,
Our bond broken, our love at stake.

2. “Whispers of Love”

Our paths were dark and dreary,
But you were always there, so near me.
Your whispers of love, soft and sweet,
Guided me through the troubles I’d meet.

The bond we share, unbreakable and strong,
It’s always been there, all along.
Your love has been my saving grace,
A light to guide me along this race.

I thank the stars above for you,
My mother, my friend, so loyal and true.
The love we share will always thrive,
Forever and always, for the rest of my life.

3. “Reconciliation”

The anger and hurt, they felt so real,
Our bond was shattered, beyond repair it seemed.
But who are we, to let love fade away,
When pain and hurt is all that stays?

Let’s take a step, back in time,
To when we laughed, and love did shine.
For in those moments we were free,
Our love was strong, and loyalty.

We cannot change, what’s done is done,
But we can heal and try, to regain the love we’ve lost.
With patience, kindness, and empathy,
We can reconcile, and redeem the bond that used to be.

Long Poems

Broken Ties

Mother, I remember when I was young,
Your love felt like the warmest sun.
But as I grew older, our bond slowly broke,
The words unspoken, the love unspoke.

I tried to understand and I tried to please,
But the distance between us only seemed to increase.
And now as an adult, I look back with regret,
Thinking about all the moments we’ve missed and the love we forget.

Was it all the times you chose him over me,
Or was it the hurtful words that you’d inflict and see?
Maybe it was the lack of acceptance and care,
Or the absence of love that you just couldn’t share.

But then again, maybe it was my fault too,
For resenting you as I grew into a woman anew.
For pushing you away when all you tried was to draw near,
Not realizing that in doing so, I’d cause us both to fear.

Now, I yearn for a mother’s love and embrace,
To feel the protection and comfort in your warm space.
But the distance is too wide and the ties too broken,
Leaving both of us feeling empty, hurt and forsaken.

Yet, I hold on to hope that one day we’ll heal,
And the love that we lost would be felt and real.
That we’ll find a way to connect, to forgive and to forget,
And to rebuild the mother-daughter bond that we both have let.

For in the end, family is all that we have,
And the love that we share is what makes life worth living and worth breathing.
So, I’ll hold tight to the memories of the past,
And look forward to a future of a love that’s forgiving and receiving.

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