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Brother Family Poems

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


My significant other by JP Thomas
My significant other,
to our family 
you are a magnificent mother.
You are closer to me
than my sister and my brother.
You're my ray of light 
You're my...

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Categories: family, appreciation, best friend, blessing,

Premium MemberUncle Aaron's Passing by ilene bauer
My father's older brother
Passed away at 95.
That's 40 more years than
His younger sibling was alive.

My father never lived to meet
His grandkids or to know
The joy...

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Categories: death, family,



Eternal Waltz by Terry Flood
Eternal Waltz

Beside another recent lain
Dug before the morning rain
Laid in rows midst flowers and grass
Where hand-carved marble speaks of past

Blackbird seeking worm or grain
Eyes the...

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Categories: family, funeral, heaven, love,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part II by David Welch
...He turned back to see all four of his gang
staring at him, in anger and shock.
“That boy was worth thousands,”seethed out mad Bret,
his hand shifting...

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Categories: family, change, conflict, courage, death,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I by David Welch
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: family, change, conflict, courage, death,

Premium MemberA Funny Thing Happened On The way To My Hanging -Part Deux by Tom Cunningham
Dedicated to a fine poet on soup, Lin Lane
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I shook hands with my brother and bade him farewell
Then set off on my journey away from...

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Categories: america, children, family, horse,

Pearl's Kitchen by Yolanda Scott
I came during the early boom,
sledding close to the spring.
It was surely a sixties theme.
Mom in the kitchen down in the valley
surrounded by red and...

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Categories: family, blessing, childhood, culture, dedication,

A FAMILY by Anisha Dutta

            A FAMILY

           ...

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Categories: family, appreciation, happiness, joy,

Premium MemberThe Bug Jar Part 2 by Carol Connell
This is the continuation of the story written by my brother Bob of our growing up years in the chicken coop.

Because we had no rooms...

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Categories: family, friendship, love, memory,

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,

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part III by David Welch
...In a fury Malcolm shot to his feet,
shouted ‘Uncle Tom!’ in a moment of heat,
got into his car, a half-dead pinto,
in a cloud of dust...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part II by David Welch
...“While I march for justice in our neighborhood,
you were out here running ’round in the woods.
While I protested to bring about change,
you sold out to...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part I by David Welch
Booker MaCline stared out with his young eyes
at the rolling hills and trees of great sizes,
West Virginia’s landcape, so much different,
the plane ride here every...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

Slip by Catelyn Meeker
Slip 

They raised me and I was their child, but now I’m just a friend. They snap my bones in half and make me break...

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Categories: family, absence, abuse, anxiety, betrayal,

The Brothers Culver, Part II by David Welch
Later Ethan roasted a great haunch,
enough for their breakfast, dinner, and lunch.
They sat outside by the great fire’s glow,
while a red sunset over sharp peaks...

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Categories: brother, destiny, family, freedom,

The Brothers Culver, Part I by David Welch
Fielding Culver stepped off the west-bound train,
and gazed up on the towering Front Range,
it was a cool morn, eighteen sixty-nine,
he’d been sent out west, his...

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Categories: brother, destiny, family, freedom,

Premium MemberDysfunction for Dinner by CayCay Jennings


Mother asked her big brother to pass the sugar;

big brother ruined it by splashing on liquor;

father rued spilt liquor by throwing his jigger

that hit sister...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, family, silly,

Premium MemberChildhood Inequality In School by Caren Krutsinger
Some children come into the school building dancing, singing, hopping, bursting with uninhibited glee.
They exchange giddy, happy stories about their day at the mall, dropping...

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Categories: family, child, child abuse, children,

Premium MemberBrother, Mine by Gregory R Barden

You've always been the keeper of my ease,

          The worth of my well-being, as your own,

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Categories: appreciation, brother, family, love,

Millie's Christmas Wish by roger turner
Millie's Christmas Wish
Winter Vacation was coming
The kids were all set
They were thinking of Christmas
And the gifts they would get

But, Millie sat waiting
Thinking of nothing but...

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Categories: family, 5th grade, adventure, america,