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Father Family Poems

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


Broken Boy by Jacob Jones
I see you sitting in that chair
Your place of retirement
Your slave ship
I see the despair in your eyes
Once ruled with an iron fist
Now unable to...

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Categories: family, father son, i

Premium MemberWhere I was born by Bob Moore
Where I was born
by Bob Moore (c) 2018
                 ...

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Categories: family,



Another Drop in the Glass by Downed Jester
Another drop in the glass.

I see things from my past, which seemed happy but turn bad fast, seeing new faces around my house all the...

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Categories: family, addiction, anger, blue, childhood,

Premium MemberDeath by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Blues of pain struck us
My mom’s jade eyes glum
For we knew her soul
Would leave her life heart
We cried as time ended

Reds of blood tests
Showed no...

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Categories: family, angst, blue, dance, death,

Thank you for a pleasant outing at the Collegeville Diner by matthew harris
(earlier this January 18th, 2019 belatedly
to acknowledge my LX birthday.)

Mine eldest sister
as I continue in the circle game
of life, (ye dear Amelie
McGeehan) darling dame
a modestly...

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Categories: family, age, celebration, celebrity, dedication,

The Gene by Kurt Philip Behm
There’s a gene embedded in every parent
  to recreate 
  what their parents had done

Sometimes good, and sometimes bad,
  passing it down...

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Categories: family, history,

IN A FAMILY THERE IS ALWAYS ONE by Man Poet
There was a house in harmony
Home of a sweet caring family;
Yet it was the ruin of one particular son,
I, who lived a life of so...

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Categories: family, emotions,

The Wall by Zed Zed
There is a wall of ice between us. 
I see a frosty glimmer of you,
A semblance of the face of many years ago. 
It has...

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Categories: family, father son, forgiveness,

Coming Home by curtis johnson
You say that you are a rock                  ...

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Categories: family, father, home, mother,

Premium MemberSpirituality In This Family by Caren Krutsinger
Ethereal? Status quo around here.
Making their soul presence felt, but not seen.
Do not need Ouija boards, my family.
A voice yells “STOP!” It is immediate.
God is...

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Categories: family, 10th grade, 11th grade,

FamILY by Gianna Lyn
Taking care of the family that wasn’t their
Anger every night, stupid arguments 
Lies
Cheating
Hunger
Drugs
Alcohol 
Scared to show love within
Mom cares but not enough
Dad loves me but...

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Categories: childhood, deep, family, feelings,

Family unity by Emmanuel Kabwe
FAMILY
Nothing is like Family power
they always stand by each other 
they watch over the tower
that if an enermy may come wihin the hour
they get hold...

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Categories: family, anti bullying, appreciation, art,

Premium MemberLooking Backwards in Time by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
Found an ancestry site
and started my family tree
I come to find out
I’m a little mix of everything  

I got British, Irish and Scottish 
in...

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Categories: family, father, i am,

Premium MemberMy Daddy Was a Ketchup Man by Caren Krutsinger
My daddy put ketchup on everything.
He would not taste his meat without it,
and he always had meat.

Pizza and spaghetti were things the kids
could abide, but...

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Categories: dad, family, father, fathers

Thank you by Sheena Tillis
Thank you….

Thank you for all the memories that you left us to cherish.

I remember when you were first born
I named you Daijon, I called you...

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Categories: destiny, family, feelings, i

We Never Lived Without Love by M.P. Shaudd
There's a miners hat on the mantle 
There's a pair of boots by the door 
His old lunch pail, ain't ever failed 
To pull a...

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Categories: family, father, inspirational love,

A Closing To A Day Adorned by William Darnell Sr.
A Closing To A Day Adorned


Twas the evening in closing, 
And all I could hear? 
Was bells a ringing, 
And then the trumpets appear.
Our house's...

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Categories: family, angel, birth, celebration, dedication,

Settling Old Grudges, Part III by David Welch
...They sent a copy of an old tin-type,
a picture of Milton and his bride,
one look at it and I knew the whole truth,
Small Doe in...

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Categories: community, conflict, family, father

Settling Old Grudges, Part II by David Welch
...“The bloodshed grew, the army was called in,
and sided with settlers as they often did,
Blue Hawk’s people were crushed, all rounded up,
put on the rez...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, family, father

Settling Old Grudges, Part I by David Welch
This house belonged to grandfather Rudolph,
though its history goes much further back,
all the way to the eighteen seventies,
when to this vast land Herbert Blake did...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, family, father