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Mother Son Alliteration Poems

These Mother Son Alliteration poems are examples of poetry about Mother Son Alliteration. These are the best examples of Alliteration Mother Son poems written by international poets.


Premium Member UGH--MOMMY MAKIN ME EATIN THEM GREEN BEANS N BROCCOLI--
Mommie do I have to eat these green beans and broccoli?
Mommie do I have to deplete these green beans and broccoli?
Man, mama yo sure is...mean
Makin'...

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Categories: abuse, adventure, analogy, depression,



La Pieta
Then, he knew why he must hew
old memories from marble- 
emotions quarried from heart's slew- 
Oblique fight with his faith's garble

Cut block unfolds Christ, enthroned
on...

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Categories: appreciation, art, devotion, jesus,

What Mothers Hold
Do you know what mothers hold?
They held and hold they shape and mold.
From birth until our lives are old.
They scold, they mend, they wash and...

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© Tom Valles  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: childhood, devotion, endurance, for

The Son of Aleppo
The Son of Aleppo


“Mother why are you crying?”

She looks at he’s small gentle green eyes with ashes surrounding his skin. 

“Momma why are you crying?”...

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Categories: child, family, international, mother

memories
something to hold whenever I visit its frame.
emotions snap-shot a moment that my physical world whenever, would ever?, could never change.
something's more vital to save...

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© mark brown  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: feelings, inspiration, meaningful,



Silent Honors
It is not in parades or days  		 
We find the fitting honors.		 
It is not in displays or ways 		 
We bring our...

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© Tom Valles  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, dedication, memorial day,

What makes a great mom, dedication to all moms
What makes a great mom, 
Is love from the heart. 
You’re a great mom. 
We try our best,
To raise our children right. 
Teach them wrong...

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© Angel Hale  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: daughter, dedication, love, mother,