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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.


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,

I would not be who I am by Cobus du Toit
I would not be who I am without you
I would not sing the way I sing without you
You fill my eyes up with colour
You will...

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Categories: brother, family, love,

Brother Rob's Birthday by Chaim Wilson
Olga Korbut, Elvis Costello,
Jack Webb, and Rob the Hearthrob
Are all 62 Years and Counting
Olga Triple Back Flips,
Sgt. Friday has 3rd Degree Scripts,
Elvis Rock & Roll...

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Categories: birthday, brother, family,

Dangerous by Nick Trim
Here I go, writing the bare truth with this alter ego,
so nuts I'll go, expressing my thoughts so no one knows as I let go.

I...

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Categories: anger, betrayal, brother, family,

My Inimitable Brother -a Tribute by Martin Pretorius
He was light of Complexion
But that was only a Reflection
Laughingly he was not a complex Man
That was the fast race he Ran
On his feet he...

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Categories: family, bereavement, brother, death, eulogy,

Family Remembers, Part III by David Welch
III-Jana

Four months following Marie’s conviction,
Jana walked calmly into the prison,
there to see her former sister-in-law,
doing twenty years for sale and possession.

She had a purpose she...

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Categories: anger, dark, divorce, family,

Unborn by Shagesa Mattheeuw
Fancy paintings on the wall
Give the impression of a happy home
What's the purpose of a dining hall
If we still eat alone
But let's all smile smile...

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Categories: baby, brother, deep, family,

jago and uma: we didn't start the family by George Christos
jago christos uma rose
ethan cuevas corone
kelly elizabeth christos
alexia daniel wade jonathan james
emily-rose pau and willow too 

we didn't start the family
it was always growing
since the...

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Categories: birth, brother, family, father,

Premium MemberHAND IN HAND by Line Gauthier


hand in hand
big sister little brother
    off to school



posted on June 27, 2018...

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Categories: autumn, children, family, school,

Premium MemberHappy Birthday - L'iL Sister by HGarvey Daniel Esquire
    Twinkling Stars, Morse code : Happy Birthday Shar
    Birthday candles light the campfire we share
   ...

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Categories: family, love, sister,

Premium MemberThe Dust Bowl by PAT Adams
Way back around Nineteen Thirty Six
My mother was about Fifteen years old
Her folks still lived in Liberal, Kansas
During the depression and the dust bowl

Big clouds...

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Categories: family, history, imagery,

The High King's Noble Son, Part III by David Welch
III.
The northern borders were alive with talk
of the Warlord known only as Bimeng,
who’d risen amongst the savage peoples,
and was said to be uniting them.

Now Reth...

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Categories: courage, family, fantasy, love,

The High King's Noble Son, Part II by David Welch
II.
When this affair had gone on for six months,
Reth realized it was just a matter of time
before Saleesa’s taut belly would swell,
revealing their love to...

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Categories: courage, family, fantasy, love,

The High King's Noble Son, Part I by David Welch
I.
In and ancient Kingdom of Brateur,
there’s an old tale that troubadours sing,
about High King Hoban’s noble son,
possessed of true courage, unending.

Hoban had two sons, Reth...

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Categories: courage, family, fantasy, love,

Me by Paul Gallagher
Me 
I’m an old scholar.
Learning each day.
I’ve learnt all my life.
Never fae a book, fore say.
Learnt fae my brother.
Father and mother.
That’s how I am.
That’s me.
Shaped...

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Categories: education, family, love,