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Daughter Birth Poems

These Daughter Birth poems are examples of Birth poems about Daughter. These are the best examples of Birth Daughter poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Chapter 152-- DAMIAN DELILAH MALLORY HOLANNYA: Honeymoon soon GROOM?
Next day   2051

Molly Holly were on their honeymoon 
With Damian and privately disagreeing at their
Table, about who was who and was
Unknown to them...

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Categories: absence, allusion, birth,



Premium Member Chapter 151-- DAMIAN DELILAH MALLORY HOLANNYA: Pt 1 This Day This Family
Date: April  1,   2051

  air planes departed in flight
 1 hour and 15 minutes
Between them. The trip was 7 hours
And approximately...

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Categories: africa, allusion, birth, child,

Through The Neck Of A Broken Bottle
I met my daughter 7 days ago,
I saw her little face through the neck of a broken bottle,
One I’d thrown at her quivering mother,
In an...

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Categories: birth, abuse, addiction, anger, angst,

My Daughter
My delight at the day's summit
My strength when despair looms
My happiness in every season
My daughter, my life 

The morning sun's gentle rise 
The rainbow midday's...

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Categories: birth, birthday, daughter, girl,

Premium Member Daughter
Above all else
A daughter 
wants to be seen……by her mother

There are small big things
That are said
That are done
Those disapproving glances
Tiny big criticisms
The imperceptible monumental moments
The...

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Categories: anxiety, birth, child, courage,



Premium Member Annie
Dear ‘Prudence’
would have been my fate 
after the song
if he had his way
luckily that night in June
not a moment too late
nineteen eighty-six
my mother crowned me...

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Categories: birth, childhood, family, father

Premium Member Parted But Joined
When you were born
On the first of July
I was so broken hearted
I wished I could die
'Cause I'd made the choice
To say goodbye
Such a sad sounding...

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© Aly Bahr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: baby, birth, grief, mother

Psychologically still thirteen
Psychologically still thirteen 

Ordinarily meaning pre Internet days
familiarization with me would entail
bringing the avid listener 
into my private mancave hideaways
less a physical place than a...

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Categories: birth, 7th grade, age, angst,

Future time traveler looks back one century ago
Future time traveler looks back one century ago

I exhibit health and virility at one hundred and 
64 years astride planet earth, whereby spouse,
(who remained married...

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Categories: absence, adventure, anniversary, birth,

My October's Blessings
Happy Birthday to Lauryn 

My October's blessings
By Michelle Morris 
30/10/2023

You are October's blessings
You are the brightest and the best
You're the spring blossoms in South Africa
You're...

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Categories: birth, birthday, blessing, celebration,

It's the Day Before Your Birthday
It's the day before your birthday 
By Michelle Morris
29/10/2023

It's the day before your birthday
It's the day before you came
We were still one being
Hearts beating inside...

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Categories: birth, birthday, celebration, daughter,

Pickle
Written for and about my eldest daughter, Freya Lily (Pickle).


Ive loved you,
from the very first second I saw you,
you are my beautiful first born.
So the...

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Categories: birth, celebration, character, child,

Premium Member Life
Life starts at birth, 
then it begins to unfold. 
As time passes, 
the world shows it's face. 
When we think of birth, 
we often think of a new born baby. 
Life...

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Categories: birth, death, flower, garden,

Premium Member Chapter 123: Damian Delilah Mallory: the Punch Line
Date:  April   2049

11 pm late night paradise. Some are
Conspicuously conspiring as to their
Next day. Damian's Household now
Consisted of his brother Sidney 
Sidney's...

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Categories: beautiful, birth, black love,

Premium Member June Hymn
He kept his end of the bargain,
A man with a strong moral sense
Endowed with struggle,
Eternally he repents.

He was once forced to apologise,
For what errant slight...

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Categories: betrayal, birth, childhood, conflict,