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Cinquain Brother Poems | Cinquain Poems About Brother
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Blooded by my
Jealous rage --gone dead wrong
Betrayal won—Killed my mind and
This is PART TWO
PART ONE: Cuchalainn's Crossing
Based on the unbearably sad Celtic story of Cuchaliann and his foster brother and best friend Ferdiad. Tricked by a woman, to fight each other to the death, Cuchalainn killed his brother--then carried him--cradled in his arms-- miles home. (see photo in Wiki)
Copyright © Victoria Anderson-Throop | Year Posted 2013
Eyes on me,
In my direction?
Can't they look somewhere else?
Discomfart rises, too.
Afraid to mess up,
Afraid to fail.
Eyes are on me.
I feel pale.
I don't want
Copyright © Brittany Moon | Year Posted 2009
Males possessing siblings
Competitive infuriated, comforted, entertained
© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
February 22, 2010
Poetic form: Cinquain
Copyright © Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen | Year Posted 2010
In early August the order was placed
He was inserted inside his crate
With designs in hand the builders raced
Inside my brother was to wait
Safe inside from harm
Awaiting his debut
On his head they covered with just a hint of hair
They painted his eyes blue
A likeness to his designer he did share
He could suck a thumb at the end of his arm
Misfortune befell him today
This days not one of joy
All his dreams have been torn away
All the dreams of this little boy
January 15, his order was aborted
By Robb A. Kopp
All Rights Reserved © MMX
Copyright © Robb A. Kopp | Year Posted 2010