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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.

Premium Member HIS GRANDMA
His grandma was there when he was born…
or so his family told him.
After all the family had their turn, the story goes, 
she was the...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, grandmother,

Premium Member Love that is Blind
  They say in his old age, Isaac was blind
    yet like his father Abraham, unusually kind

  Rebecca, his wife,...

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Categories: betrayal, blessing, family, future,

Being a man
I'm learning to be a man from my brother
Since I'm flying under his wing
As he shows me how to flap my own
Before I can go...

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Categories: family, age, appreciation, brother, care,

Premium Member Dearest Daughter
Dearest Daughter
(written for Amy)

My dearest daughter, 
we just met, 
but I know I know you, 
from your father's words. 
You are full of laughter, 

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, angel, butterfly, children, christian,

Premium Member Fall Family Feast Footles
An oddly-shaped Thanksgiving bird:

What we call Grandma's mashed potatoes:

How she adds...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, thanksgiving day,

Premium Member Brigid and her Family are Locked Out
Brigid’s family has lost their house
she is six and does not understand
it is right there, where it always was
how could they have lost it?

they do...

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Categories: family, life,


               The brothers are competitors

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Categories: family, allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,

We’re on Fall break this week and Peter’s favorite aunt - Lita - is visiting. Lita’s a tall, slim woman (eek! A guess), in her...

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Categories: boyfriend, family, halloween, school,

Premium Member Mom is a Daredevil Too
The teacher was irritated, using her angry voice.
He yelled at me and hurt a kindergartener.
She wanted me to do this that and the other.
Things I...

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Categories: family,

Premium Member A Texas Snow And Ice Storm
The trees are thrashing, high winds, snow, and ice.
A storm is brewing, and it won’t be nice.
A T.V. warning, the power might go out,
it’s going...

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© Bill Baker  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: family, loneliness, old, scary,

No Man is an Island
Smiles brighter than the Sun on a fragrant summer day
Two kids, a boy and girl, go out to play
Only do the threatening storm clouds wipe...

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Categories: family, adventure, age, analogy, beauty,

Premium Member At a Party
I spoke with two people at the party Saturday.
A young police officer, short-haired, fit,
chiseled face who had two young children.
He felt constrained by the law,...

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Categories: family, brother, children, courage, death,

Dirty Dealings
Fritz Purdum mined these memories with his poem Boy playing in Dirt.

My grandson an introverted chap
On the playground after lunchtime nap

In the garden of kinders...

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Categories: family, farewell,

Is my mother coming?
Yes, she’ll be here today.
Is my brother and sister coming?
Very soon they say.
Is my father coming?
He’s not far away.
Are all who loves...

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Categories: death, emotions, family, feelings,

Premium Member Family Portrait: for Carl
This is you; this is me,
  at the end of the row, white-faced.
I have you clamped in an iron grip 
  to keep...

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Categories: family, 10th grade, angst, brother,