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Son Alliteration Poems

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

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

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Categories: appreciation, art, devotion, jesus,

Cleaving to Christ* for close communion
Cared-for am I around His covenant-clout
Clinging ceaselessly to Him, my Creator
Charged as His-called of commitment cost
Chosen charity-caused comforter
Claimant am I...

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Categories: christian, dedication, devotion, faith,

Premium Member RISING OF THE SON- -
Easter emphasizes the death and resurrection of Christ,
  He’s risin;
…epic Easter, eternal Easter, energetic Easter,
 He’s alive;
O' epic Easter earns exists easterly enters salvation...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, celebration, destiny,

Premium Member Feather Flame Firecracker
Feather Flame Firecracker

Sparkler to Suncatcher
I opened a soul treasure box 
She glowed as a sparkler that transformed into firecracker
Where her light did not dissipate
Instead became...

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Categories: appreciation, confidence, dedication, fire,

Depiction of my late son
The colour of your skin 
Was almost dark and with sheen 
it is sad of your  death
For your colour will no longer be Seen


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Categories: sad,

 It begins at home
even closer: it begins "I"nside
I have forgiven failures, failing in faith, inside me
Have you? Until you do, it is almost too...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, appreciation, forgiveness, hero,

This is poem to my unborn son
With tears flowing fluently like the Xithuve river, I wrote this
To let my son know that everything is never...

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Categories: beautiful, birth, boy,

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

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Christlike creatures carry crosses bravely borne
from fetters forged by blessed consecrations.
Wicked winds tear at flesh that’s whipped and worn
as vanquished persons hold on to their...

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Categories: faith, religion,

Ex, T-Rex, Box, Spandex, Sex, Tux.
Ex, a person who used to make you the happiest,
Ex, an asshole you are better off not having in your...

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Categories: word play,

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

strictly BC
YOU thought god had changed
given his son to forgive us all
no god is still violently destroying mankind
abusing our tiny souls with his power
we are operating...

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Categories: abuse,

Never Again
Man child. Mean manacle meaningless.  
Painfully pondering potent powerlessness.
What and where and why the worst.
Found fear of failing. This the first.
Faced foe fist for...

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© Ryan Tyler  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, anti bullying, bullying,

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,

son I'm sorry
Son I'm sorry for what happened
My dream just ended
I'm sorry I bended 

I used to sit on the Back
where I didn't even open my Bag...

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Categories: america, dad, emotions,

The End Of Islam
Countdown siren. Islam is at stake.
Arabic Y2K, Countdown.
Islam in Jeaporday, I breath Hajj.
We are near the science incentive.
The smell of petrol, the beginning of empty...

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Categories: faith, religion,

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,

In the ancestral call of righteousness
They failed the almighty creator
There in the Forbidden Garden of Eden
Who could tell where the sinful garden is now?
That smal...

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Categories: age, universe,

Joy and happiness dance in my beautiful soul
As i picked up my companion to write this eulogy,
Mother , i love and cherish you more than...

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Categories: love,

October's First
Sun, relentless
Son, I can see the glossy haze
radiating from your fingertips.
A warmth unimaginable.
I watched you count the number of
time(s) the waves
thundered against the rocks.
Usurped by...

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© Shenna Tan  Create an image from this poem.