Blended Family Poems

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


612018 by Khazamula Mhlongo
blended family 
in papers colored with
broken history crayons 
of black and white 
black boy run
people read love backwards
tongue bitten it bleeds evol
sun grows seeds evil
grew...

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Categories: family, black african american, black

THE BEAUTY OF BRENDA by Tiffany Saxon
There came a time... When my mother and grandmother couldn't
Do it... yet you did Aunt Brenda.
For you already had four queens...
Jina
Tara
Shannon and Trena...
Of who could...

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Categories: blessing, family, god,



TODAY'S FAMILY by Rainbow Promise
  TODAY'S FAMILY

Humans are of One kind,
Homo Sapiens, Human beings.

They do no Run as a Pack
As other beings do.

They move as Families
On this dear...

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Categories: cousin, daughter, family, father,

Old Time Appalachians by Connie Gildersleeve
Old time Appalachians deep within the hollows.
Self-sufficient, hard working, fine mountain folks
With farming, barn raising, and crafting skills,
Logging, mining and music to pleasure the ear.

Devoted...

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Categories: family, dance, dedication, devotion, faith,

Blended Family Recipe by Ron Tranmer
Put a man who is wholesome
into a mixing pan.
Combine one loving woman 
and blend well with the man.

Add the children of the man,
and the woman’s...

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Categories: family, children,

Beautifully blended by paige simone
Lands of my mother color my skin bold. Pale and freckled.
my skin remembers the lush lands of old and i am swarmed with Irish blood.
Tanned...

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Categories: family, beauty, black african american,

Seven Beacons by robert johnson
Seven beacons, one by one.
It started with the number one son.
He paved the way with tar and gravel.
For sometimes things would just unravel.

Number two, her...

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Categories: family,

Premium MemberSoup Family by Phyllis Babcock
 P eople bring me to the site time and time again
 O f all the people I meet over the years we have a...

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Categories: family, friendship, love, time,

I miss you my love by Ravi Sathasivam
I miss you my love......


Silent night, walking all alone on the beach while bright moon
light falls on me and thinking of my beloved wife.
We may...

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Categories: family, me, love, me,

THE ONE WITH THE UNUSUAL COLOR by Andrew Crisci
Last year all pumpkins were brightly orange,
every time I glanced at them on that range....
I thought of another Thanksgiving Day
when I would kneel down and...

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Categories: faith, family, father, food,

Seeking The Registrar by Gary Fields
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A lie slowly becomes' Mercy
As the truth suddenly becomes'
   Crystal clear,
    ...

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Categories: confusion, death, family, work,

The True Love of a Man by Michelle DeGironemo
When I was just a little girl, I dreamed I’d meet a knight.
He’d proudly wear his shining armor, and guard me day and night.
I kept...

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Categories: family, adventure, childhood, dedication, devotion,

I'm Just Nuts Over You by Katherine Stella
Chewy chocolate chip bars
finger licking good
soft butter sugars oats stir
fold in flour mixture
add chips and walnuts
spoon spread and
bake !





Just In Time For Back To School...

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Categories: family, food, happiness, health,

These Take My Breath Away by Teresa Harr-Pena
In an instant 
A rainbow appears
Cheerish it's beauty 
Before it disappears

The nighlty sunset
Soothing your days pace
The sky is no longer blue
All colors blended in place

Flowing...

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Categories: family, inspirational, nature,

Fil-Am by Ernesto P. Santiago
Flag of two, side by side, of red, white and blue
In thirsting heart of thine, let God’s words shine
Let not this symbol of two, suddenly,...

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Categories: family, friendship, life, on

Little Black Sambo by charles hice
Little Black Sambo 
Dance Sambo Dance! 
You knoe you are a pancake! 
The little black sambo ran around the tigers, 
until they blended into batter....

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Categories: education, family, children, funny,