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Black Family Poems

These Black Family poems are examples of Family poems about Black. These are the best examples of Family Black poems written by international poets.


IF THEY ONLY KNEW by Sibusisiwe Ncede
That the sun will shine brightly
That the moon will only come during season
That the rain will only pour periodically
That the seasons will sees into exist

That...

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Categories: africa, black love, family,

Premium MemberTo Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief by Robert Lindley
To Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief

Truth of deep grief and its healing powers;
Are not in the anguish pains that invade,
With the...

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Categories: death, deep, family, feelings,



Premium MemberThe Pusher Man by Julie Luckham
Well it all started out as a real good time
Until we're all talking at the same time
Each acting out our own radical behavious
Chaos and confusion...

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Categories: family, abuse, addiction, betrayal, corruption,

Premium MemberMy Sweet Childhood Memories by Julie Luckham
When I was only a small child
Your temperament so mild
You worked, each and every day
Whether at home, or away

Nicknamed your little toadslies every day
We always...

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Categories: family, 1st grade, care, feelings,

Premium MemberTHE LOVING MOTHER by Darryl Ashton
(Dedicated to all foster mothers)

 
The Chinese lad asked the
mother, "Please tell me the
truth,
Why is Sam so dark, but 
not as black as Ruth?"
Mother she...

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Categories: family,

It's Halloween by Bette Bavington
Grandma, look I am flying on your broom.
Where would you be going on such a fine 
Afternoon?
Be careful that's an heirloom.
To your bedroom
To get my...

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Categories: adventure, confidence, family, fantasy,

Imagine by Emmiasky Ojex
IMAGINE

Imagine a world for no and everyone
Where we all are here to be as one and to save the world
Where we have no differences at...

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Categories: discrimination, family, humanity, imagination,

Premium MemberThe Bug Jar Part 1 by Carol Connell
This was written by my brother, Bob Contino. This is a longer more detailed version of my last poem posted, Chicken Coop Chronicle.

When I was...

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Categories: family, love, memory, poverty,

Family Dogg by Brianna Hobson
Take me for a walk, 
I'll bite the neighbors as they talk
Nothing rhymes with family
Favoritism breeds insanity

I try to sit at the table, 
but my...

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Categories: family, absence, abuse, animal, depression,

Premium MemberI'm So Lazy and Sometimes Crazy by Lu Loo
I have always been so hopelessly lazy.
            Stoic and aloof, sometimes psychotic. 
I can...

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Categories: death, dog, family, love,

MUSICMAN'S SOCAILITE by Allan Terry
THEY WISHED TO HAVE
 FUN AND THOUGHT A PARTY
WOULD BE THE BEST WAY,
 ( AND CHEAPEST) TO
HAVE HER SON'S BIRTHDAY
 PARTY, HER FREINDS 
ENGAGMENT PARTY
AND...

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Categories: clothes, corruption, encouraging, family,

Premium MemberWind Song by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton

“Wind Song”




When the rain came it raised a torrent
music, little by little, raised the levy
light pebbles rolled over one by one
took with them 
all their...

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Categories: family, flying, freedom, home,

Help Me by Chase Dela Pena
Let it be known to them like a poisoned dart--
But such composure so strong a fool could decipher.
Untainted innocence for such with a jet black...

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Categories: family, art, cry, emo, endurance,

Through our eyes by Robbie McClellan
The greatest thing God has ever created is a child. 
The most beautiful thing God has ever created is a woman.
The most wonderful experience God...

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Categories: beautiful, depression, emotions, family,

Christmas Movies by roger turner
I love to sit in comfort
At home watching TV
I watch my favorite movies
The one's that work for me

It's not a Christmas movie
Just because there's snow
That's...

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Categories: family, christmas,

The High King's Noble Son, Part V by David Welch
V.
Prince Garrow, it seemed, had not listened well,
they said he was already riding south,
not even waiting to meet his twin bastards,
who’s mother had perished pushing...

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Categories: courage, family, fantasy, love,

Aleppo - Childhood Gone by Sandy Evans
Aleppo - Childhood Gone 
By Sandy Evans 

 Going to school is my favorite thing 
 Reading, writing and learning new things. 

 Running home...

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Categories: family, childhood, culture, farewell, war,

Premium MemberA Little Insight by Caren Krutsinger
The faerie princess was admired for her wit, her ingenuity, her tenacity and she was held in awe and esteem for her prowess in believing...

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Categories: family, character, childhood, creation, environment,

Premium MemberHeirs Of The Struggle by millard lowe

Paradoxically, slavery showed equanimity—
Its suffering displayed no discrimination;
We all shared equally, its debilitation,
And were equally denied any sympathy
Over the Middle Passage odyssey;

Black men were prized;...

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Categories: family, africa, black african american,

Premium MemberPheonix: Bleeding Hearts and Blue Violets by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
"PHOENIX: Bleeding Hearts and Blue Violets”


 

Broken Hearts bleeding red
You lie in white sheets
Turning in the crisp clean pages muddy with
Black Dogs barking in your...

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Categories: children, daughter, faith, family,