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Cousin Poems | Examples of Cousin Poetry

Cousin Poems - Examples of all types of cousin poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for cousin.
Aina da Kaltor
1.Shadi kar lay. Ans.Teri cousin say? 2.Apni shakal daikhi hai. Ans.Laqad khalaqnal insana fe ahsani taqveem. 3.Me tere ird gird kay logon ko phone karta hun. Ans.Vayla jo hoya. 4.Meri insult hoti hai. Ans.Kyun hoti hai? 5.Tun dramey baz hai. Ans.Tujh say hazar gunah...Read More
Categories: cousin, anger, anxiety, community, conflict,
Form: Free verse

Aunty Shabo
Jinay apnay saiyan da gareban chaak kita Jinay lakhan pati nu khaak kita Jayri bachyan nu sanbhal na saki Jayri talaq davaan day chakran vich Jayri pyar jataan day makran vich Jayri apni dhe khilaf adalat gai Sain baglol gal karda...Read More
Categories: baby, character, cousin, daughter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member -----ECHOES-----
Categories: anniversary, cousin, dedication, wedding,
Form: Rhyme
Happy birthday dear cousin
Five four three two one then boom, It's his birthday we can't keep calm, You and I make the very best team, May God fulfill your greatest dream, So that like a star you may give gleam, May your blessings...Read More
Categories: cousin, africa, best friend, birthday,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cousin Johnnie-F
We were children of the 50s and early 60s, first of the boomers. Our parents knew of wars and more wars, much lack, and hard work. They were either directly sent off to war or worked hard...Read More
Categories: childhood, cousin, family, love,
Form: Quatrain

THE OLD-fashioned discipline
THE OLD-FASHIONED DISCIPLINE (Shenendoah Valley, 1951) One summer afternoon when summer wheat was high --most already taken in-- and clouds were like lost sheep drifting over the mountains, my uncle-- for whatever reasons-- took a carnival pony-whip to his oldest son. He burst...Read More
Categories: anger, childhood, cousin, family,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Memories and Tears
Categories: bereavement, brother, childhood, cousin,
Form: Epitaph
Chaff and the vagabond
Loyalty brings even the fortified few to falter somnambulantly in succession As if tranced to commit, their convictions are true yet skewed The blind emotional outburst of bigotry and cynicism conveyed Is but a microcosm of what...Read More
Categories: allusion, analogy, change, cousin,
Form: Free verse
Showing all the signs of being Neanderthals
I see them most days now in the street, Neanderthal look-a-likes, Who only grunt when I give them a hearty good day, Bent double over their phone, Gripping it like a prize bone Bearing a sharp resemblance to prehistoric man,...Read More
Categories: cousin, analogy, angst, anxiety, confusion,
Form: Burlesque
He dreamt of car races and our sunny California beaches. Of tanned women playing volleyball. Yes, all were within his vibrant reach. Porsche-mania, though was his all. Some talk endlessly of dreams coming true, but Bruce, followed them. He packed...Read More
Categories: cousin, memorial, thanks, tribute,
Form: Prose Poetry
   Maggie-    I hear by the stars... ...Read More
Categories: birthday, cousin, dedication,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Love You All
I love how you were my first friend Right after I came into this world. I love how you and I had fun Until the end of our little childhood. I love how you were another I’ve met, Everything was...Read More
Categories: appreciation, childhood, cousin, family,
Form: Free verse
Y_My Cousin Yolanda has a yearning and yen for a loving life! O_She's a vivid example of optimism with a sparkling attitude, no strife. L_Lovely as the sweetest, most fragrant Leilani. A_She has been supportive and attentive to...Read More
Categories: cousin, dedication,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Baffling
supple body in a white nightshirt that slips from a round pink shoulder caressing the sweet willfulness ...Read More
Categories: cousin, allusion, appreciation, art, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What Happens After
O COVID with the MO-VID, you murder bug, Your sweet quarantine champions my gloom. Never the buff of a handshake or hug, Serene in the still of my fond hermit room, Blessed detention, the liberty of walls; And though this...Read More
Categories: cousin, solitude,
Form: Sonnet

Specific Types of Cousin Poems

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