15 Short, Beautiful, And Inspirational Poems About Aunts

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It’s time to send your love to your aunt, who pampers you a lot and presents you with goodies. Our collection of poems about aunt can make your task easier. Read through them, pick the most relatable one, and send them across to your favorite person in the family. You can even find inspiration from some poems and create one of your own. Whether it is her birthday or a casual day, send her a poem and bring a smile to her post. She will be delighted and love you even more for making her feel special.

Short Aunt Poems

Make your aunt feel special on any casual day. Whether she is near or far, share a short poem to tell her how much you love your dear auntie.

1. Only One Aunt

Millions of stars in the heavens above,
Only one aunt to cherish and love.
Thousands and thousands of flowers and trees,
Hundreds and hundreds of mountains and seas.
Everything multiplied over and over,
Robins and butterflies, bees in the clover.
Many good friends to think the world of,
But only one aunt to cherish and love.

—Unknown

2. Dearest Aunt

You changed my diapers and played hide-and-seek when I was young
As a teenager, you taught me many things and held my hand through heartbreaks and fights
And now that I am grown, you are there for me as a friend to talk to about anything
Thank you for being not only my Aunt, but one of my dearest of friends.

—Unknown

3. Dear Aunt

A thousand words would never be enough
To describe how much you mean to us
A million stars in the skies above
Only one aunt can fulfill that love
A special friend so close to the heart
Nothing comes close to our dear aunt

—Unknown

4. Wonderful Aunt

A woman such as you,
Is brave, strong and true.
A sister, confidante, and friend,
You are there until the end.
An aunt is like no other,
Being there just like a mother.
So sweet, kind, and caring,
Your love not overbearing.
This is just a thought,
Thank you, my wonderful aunt.

—Unknown

5. Hey Aunty

Her once shiny black hair is completely all white
And her tall frame is now smaller and ever so slight.
Her face shows the signs of her eighty-two years
It reflects all her happiness, her fears and her tears.
Even though her face has some lines and some wrinkles
Her eyes are bright and often they twinkle.
Her mind is still sharp; her memory still clear
I know that losing it now is her greatest fear.
So when I visit we often sit for long hours and chat.
I listen intently as I stroke Spunky her cat.
She talks of her childhood with her sister, my mother
And tells me her stories, one after another.
She talks about other sisters, Cecile and Ann
And her loving husband Horace, who was such a handsome man.
But I know that one day the stories will end.
And I’ll be losing not only my Aunt but also my friend.
So I’ll treasure the days that God let me be there
To hear all the stories she was so willing to share.

—Nellie Louise

6. Love You Auntie

When I was young
We would laugh and play games
And now I know it’s not the same
I am grown and real life has begun
But when I am around you
We still have so much fun
We joke and talk a ton
And I just wish you knew
How much I really love you
I love you, Auntie

—Unknown

7. Aunt, You Mean World To Me

Days at the beach and hours spent walking
Camping trips and much exploring
Piles of gifts under the tree
Biscuits and a cup of tea
Helping mum when I tire her out
It takes a lot to make you shout
Loving hugs, advice for free
Aunt you mean the world to me

—Unknown

8. My Lovely Aunt

To the aunt who never doubted me,
who stood up for me,
and taught me all she could;
to the aunt that loved me
and never was embarrassed
by the things I did or said;
for the aunt who gave me everything.

9. Aunts Can Be Friends Too

I saw my aunt who I haven’t seen in awhile
I thought oh great what are we going to say to each other
We talked and talked and we shared feelings that we had held in for a long while.
After she left I wanted to cry
she brought up old feelings that I used to share with my friend.
She brought back memories of my deceased friend
and then that’s when I realized that she is best friend material.
The love she shared and the time she spent made me long for her all the more.
When you see an aunt who you haven’t seen in awhile
or even if she lives down the road two miles,
give her the chance and time to become a friend.
It’s really worth the while.

—Sara E. Jones

10. To The Greatest Aunt

Aunts are made from all things good
They know magic and special things
My aunt taught me to chop firewood
And crochet little things
My aunt makes choc chip cookies
And can roast things on a spit
We adventure in the forest
And camp round a big fire pit

—Unknown

11. God Made Aunts

God knew the need for someone
To add humor to our hearts.
Someone who would spice

Our lives with laughter and mischief.
Someone we could run to
For special comfort and friendship;
Someone whose life would
Touch ours in a
Hundred different ways…
So he made Aunts.

—Unknown

12. Smartest Aunt

My aunt is not smartest,
Yet, she get A’s on tests.
This only happens if she studies for hours.
I remember sitting there on her phone,
how happy she was when she learned how to work the printer.
She has the biggest heart with the most caring touch,
which she shares with so many of us.
Her soul is made of pure love,
yet she’s worth way more than gold.
In my eyes, she will always be,
the most beautiful person to walk the earth.
To me she’s the smartest woman I know,
and it truly does show.
There is no one that compares to her,
no one that even comes close.

—Unknown

Inspirational Poems For Aunts

Adorable and caring auntie has always inspired you to achieve success in life. Now it’s your time to inspire her for being such a lovely aunt. Express your feelings for your aunt with an inspiring poem.

13. Special Aunt

Aunts are special women
who specialize in fun days
and awesome gifts.
They don’t act like mothers,
and act more like friends,
which is why “cool aunt” exists.
As far as aunts go,
I’m pretty sure I have one of the coolest.

14. My Special Aunt

It takes many special qualities
To make an aunt like you,
A lot of care and kindness
And understanding, too…
It takes a special kind of love
That seems to know no end
And the thoughtfulness and patience
Of a true and trusted friend…
It takes many special qualities
To make an aunt like you,
And that’s why you
Are loved so much
Today and all year through.

—Unknown

15. My Aunt

An aunt is such a special person
who loves you like her own.
Her heart open, her ears are perked
to call you on the phone.
She confesses all the secrets
of her lively youth.
She answers all your weirdest questions
and always tells the truth.

Poems about your aunt are a great way to show your affection towards her in a manner that can not be seen physically but can be felt. They talk about how your aunt has been there for you, watched you bloom, and how much her presence has meant to you. A well-written poem is undoubtedly a fascinating way to express your thoughts and feelings about the bond that you share with your loving aunt. And an even better way to present such a poem would be to read it aloud to her.

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Ratika Pai

Ratika has experience writing in various fields including finance, education, lifestyle, and entertainment. After her masters degree in Commerce, she acquired a PG Diploma in Communication and Journalism from Mumbai University. She is inquisitive about human relationships and likes to study people and how they manage their relationships, during her freetime. At MomJunction, Ratika writes insightful and informative articles on... more