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Best Paternity Poems

Below are the all-time best Paternity poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of paternity poems written by PoetrySoup members

Make me thankfull for Paternity
Make me thankfull for Paternity

I no longer crave Success
As the One I wish most to Impress
Sadly no longer lives at this Address
Ill meet you on...

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Categories: paternity, childhoodme,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Absolute Truth-Full Liar
A golden coin flipped into the sky
One side is absolute truth
the other side is stamped with lies
Hope it lands right/wrong side up
so you can partially...

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Categories: paternity, perspective,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Desperate doll
Daughter, neglected by maternity
A button missing were her eye should be
Abused and abundant by paternity
Her limb missing were her leg should be
Expected to know the...

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Categories: paternity, abuse, school,
Form: Rhyme
Rabbit DNA

Hare trigger instincts
always served Roger well
He had an oh, no-no lettuce nose — 
a hyper-keen sense   when to leave
Roger was rabbit good
at knowing...

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Categories: paternity, parents, parody, truth, wisdom,
Form: Ode
As the Stomach Turns
As the world turns
my stomach does too
knowing that all my children
are confused, unemployed
and young and restless
all the day through,
and my husband of 30 years
decided to...

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Categories: paternity, humor, satire,
Form: Light Verse

Teen Pregnancy 3: The Reasons Why I'm Against Teen Pregnancy
I'm against teen pregnancy because it's a waste of time and energy. I'm against teen pregnancy because it'll alter the future of all teen boys...

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Categories: paternity, on work and working, on writing
Form: Epic
mama Goose
Oh mother Hubbard went to the cub bard to fetch her dog a bone
but in 2008 if he had not ate P.E.T.A would picket her...

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Categories: paternity, funny
Form: I do not know?
Love yourself first 2017
it's has been a long ride
I been up and down with love for so long 
I am exhausted from the Up and downs 
I am...

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Categories: paternity, anger, anxiety, beautiful, cry, cute love,
Form: Ballad
Class Act
The simplest of starts,
A decade of revolution,
When paternity and guidance drifted apart,
With leather jacket banners marked my breakout social intrusion,
To replace the sorrowful suits and...

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Categories: paternity, grief, society, war,
Form: Rhyme
father to be
he never wanted to be a father
he told himself that he would do everything in his power
to fend off all possibilities of
spawning &
he lived fast,...

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Categories: paternity, life, father, father,
Form: Free verse
The Maury Povich Show
TV talk shows are very interesting. But what TV show all American viewers like most of all
is "The Maury Povich Show." Maury has been on...

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Categories: paternity, on writing and words, slamage, age,
Form: Name
Soul Decision
Withdrawn from this world; want not to awake.
Lucid dream; heavenly search for a sign.
If not for my good, Lord; preserve hells sake.
Give to me a...

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Categories: paternity, conflict, confusion, father, life,
Form: Sonnet
The Y's Have it

I'm one tissue shy of calamity,
next to the last soul in humanity.
I am one ounce of pride short of dignity,
and one mph away from velocity.


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Categories: paternity, addiction, allegory, allusion, angst,
Form: Rhyme royal
DNA to the Rescue
DNA to the Rescue

By Elton Camp

Way back in the days when I was young
A man accused of “bastardy” was hung

Not that rope was put around...

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: paternity, science, girl, girl,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Embryonic Soul
Each day an extension of my time
so each morning a risk and opportunity
to avoid greedy egocentrism
to step into harmonious eco-centered consciousness.

Each still-wombed entity extends mother's...

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Categories: paternity, birth, creation, culture, life, nature, time,
Form: Free verse
Deep in the shrine, sins
Deep in the courtroom, injustice
Deep in the costume, exposure
Deep in the constitution, lawlessness

Inside the adulthood, puberty
Deep in motherhood, breastlessness
In the paternity,...

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Categories: paternity, betrayal, evil, humanity, sad,
Form: Parallelismus Membrorum
Brevity Poems
(Collection of Brevity Poems, 50 words or less)

Fall (24 Words)

Random vibrations
Branches stand still
Autumn’s frailty
Shaking in the wind

Warmer hues presented
As air outside chills
Branches emptying
Solemnly to the...

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Categories: paternity, poems, poetry, words,
Form: Free verse
Uncovering your breasts
and waist,
you become half-eaten.

fathere a child.

The intimacy was
false. There were anger and theatrics.

The paternity suit falls
flat. The boundaries between
underthings are torn.

Painting the self-portrait

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Categories: paternity, art,
Form: ABC
Dead Fetus Returns
              Dead Fetus Returns

At age twelve, I love this girl
But I am...

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Categories: paternity, abortion,
Form: ABC
my son
my son will always be different
his father proclaims his innocense of pregnancy
how true a paternity test is
to reveal the same DNA
from father to son
what a...

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Categories: paternity, caregivingfather, father,
Form: Free verse
In the Spotlight
After my years of struggle, playing small time gigs 
Right place, right time, I hit it big 
No longer will I face the rejections 

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Categories: paternity, fantasy, life, music, song-me, night, me,
Form: Ballad
Isn't it a pity
labour in obscurity
for modern maturity
stashing more security
for unknown futurity

of planned paternity
some clothes for maternity
stay in indemnity
for here to eternity

live not in enmity
foresee the calamity
there is...

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Categories: paternity, family, future, work,
Form: Monorhyme
I'm Eric Cartman's father
(This is a fictional poem)

I became Eric Cartman's father after I slept with his mother.
She turned out to be a very lousy lover.
A paternity test...

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Categories: paternity, father, funny, son,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Christmas Political Correctness
It's almost Christmas
when the news caster abouter announces
a precipitous new trend in the U.S.

Now, more tired and climate stressed citizens
are against non-violent Political Correctness
than for...

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Categories: paternity, bible, christmas, destiny, happiness, health, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Should Have Seen the Scholar
Should Have Seen the Scholar

You should have seen the bright scholar;
In first class each did learn how to holler;
Raise  their hand;
Answers demand;
Also, how to...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: paternity, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick