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Cinquain Son Poems | Cinquain Poems About Son

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My only hope
Died for telling the truth
True wisdom and love is in you

Copyright © Ernesto P. Santiago | Year Posted 2006

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Sobful rarely
Over mature reflex,
Proudly being labeled mother.

Copyright © Maggie Mae McAfee | Year Posted 2014

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Final Flight

Last hug.

Torn from my arms,

you fly with the angels.

I see Heaven's gate opening-----

for you.

Copyright © Darlene Gifford | Year Posted 2014

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Their feet

To my sons

His feet
Lead him to breech
Any borders and seek
To meet his brothers as equals
His feet
Lead him to leap
Over walls and land on his feet
His feet
Seek to be free
To reach the top of trees
And fly to where dares the eagle

By CarolineCecile

Copyright © Caroline Cécile Delacroix | Year Posted 2011

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                                      HONOR BORN SON OF THUNDER

                                                 Storm born

                                                 Strong is my truth

                                                 Tho friends forsake my side--

                                                 Crushing evil -my steadfast heart 

                                                 Beats on

Victoria Anderson-Throop

Copyright © Victoria Anderson-Throop | Year Posted 2013

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Treasured Bounty
Angelic Alluring Innocence
Overwhelmong Selfless Love Consumes
My Child

Copyright © M Nudelman | Year Posted 2011

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My Son

He cried
When he was born.
“It’s a boy”, doctors said.
Tears of happiness burst out from eyes,
I cried.

His hug,
So rich in love,
With small arms having charms;
Even heaven can’t be better,
I swear.

If he is 
Awake, he is busy;
My son likes to explore,
Never stops since he’s turned to a 

His words
Baby babbles
So sweet and expressive
No noise can be found more melodious  

His smile,
Very versatile,
Full of innocence but it’s
Mischievous and mysterious at the
Same time


Copyright © Jyoti Sonnet | Year Posted 2007

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Parent's Plea

Dear God
I pray they’re safe
When they are gone, in school
Let them know our love, come home safe
To us

Copyright © Michael Degenhardt | Year Posted 2008

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Frampton Comes Alive ( Cinquain Tag to Charmaine Chircop )

Concert Peter Frampton Playing classic guitar Solo's making awesome music Alive Thank you for tagging me Carolyn, I now pass this challenge to Charmaine Chircop. http://www.thehighlanderspoems.com/music.php

Copyright © James Fraser | Year Posted 2009

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Children (Cinquain - I believe?)

Children -
little people.
Laughing, running, playing.
Emotional, excited things -

Copyright © Anna-Marie Docherty | Year Posted 2008

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Birth of my son

My son
God’s gracious gift
Crying, wondering, querying
His birth filled me with tears of joy
My desire

Copyright © Jyoti Sonnet | Year Posted 2007

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Always needing
Constantly complaining
Still, they are always truly loved
Our kids

Copyright © Michael Degenhardt | Year Posted 2008