In the light of literary analysis, this qualitative study explored the common concepts of the mother-daughter relationship in Philippine poetry by using a feministic approach; identified the portrayals of motherhood in Philippine customs and the insights on motherhood that can be gained from Philippine poetry. Six mother-daughter-themed poems were used for the analysis and fourteen (14) Junior High School female students in certain public schools were interviewed and selected through a purposive sampling technique. After that, feministic approach analysis, in-depth interview, focus group discussion, transcription, translation, intensive review of related literature, and thematic analysis were used to gather and validate data. By using the feministic approach, two main concepts along with their sub-concepts were formulated. Through the in-depth interviews and focus group discussion, it was also gathered that the participants considered the importance of literary portrayals and the representation of mothers in the lives of their daughters. Further, different insights on motherhood were revealed to help increase awareness of the significance of the roles of women in family, society, and the academic community.