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Relationship Family Poems

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


FORBIDDEN LOVE by Karamel Princess
I can’t deny my feelings for you they are too deep
You are the first thought when I wake and last thought before I sleep
I know...

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Categories: family, i love you, love,

Mama's Diary, Part I by Rhona McFerran
I was a “why child”
but unlike many others
didn't ask my questions
right out loud
for they never elicited satisfaction-
only bizarre grown-up reactions
discomfort shown
in odd looks or awkward...

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Categories: childhood, family, people, perspective,



Mama's Diary, Part II by Rhona McFerran
Disappointed that most of the things
she kept contained
on a daily basis
were far too banal to entertain
memories of sad things
over the years
ho-hum anxieties, insipid fears
rather mundane
and...

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Categories: childhood, family, people, perspective,

Like mother like son by andrew rogers
I always thought that I was like my dad.
People tell me that I look like him
So, I just suspected that we were similar.

He doesn’t show...

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Categories: best friend, family, mother

The Buck Stops Here by curtis johnson
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Categories: bible, christian, family, father,

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,

A Christian Affair by Rico Leffanta
Melania spotted a louse
And caught a cab home sans her spouse
When Barron asked, "Why?"
She said with a sigh,
"Your father is in the dog house!"

Well, Ivanka...

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Categories: betrayal, christian, family, husband,

Premium MemberA Mothers Love by Donetta Harless
A mother’s love is infinite
Carefully planted by God’s own hands
A mother’s love without depth or measure
Through the test of time will stand

A mother’s love reaps...

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Categories: children, christian, family, i

Sunday evening by Lucy Harley
Sunday evening
The needle strikes the vinyl and the music haunts my ears
Dads favourite
About a boy called 'Charlie' 
A tale of a boy about to lose...

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Categories: betrayal, child, family, father,

Childhood Memories by Robert Kammer
Childhood Memories

Why are women attracted to controlling narcissistic men? 
Holding hands and pretending to speak English
while looking at the shadows on the wall.

Why are men...

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Categories: conflict, family, relationship,

TIME TO DISCARD BAGGAGE by barbara barry-nishanian
TIME TO DISCARD BAGGAGE

WOW! she took a shellacking
from the words that grown girl spoke
after clearing up the air
loving relationship hope.

Didn’t like all the things she...

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Categories: family, forgiveness,

long ago road trip by scott galasso
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Categories: devotion, family, lost love,

Perspective and Boundaries by Olivia Dykast
We have only windows
Past the walls that people build
A narrow view to whatever is on display
All relationships are mirages viewed through double glazing
Windows that can...

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Categories: 10th grade, family, perspective,

Premium MemberA Marriage of One by Caren Krutsinger
A Marriage of One

Shazar P. Diddle,  a one-man-woman loved Bart, utterly, completely with a full heart.

Bart was a loner, a self-lover, a married-to-my-habits, this...

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

A cheater cheats by roger turner
I know you're hurtin'
So am I
I think it's time
To say goodbye
We must admit
Our love's a lie
I can not love you
If you won't try

I will not...

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Categories: family, goodbye, life, moving

Taken for granted by roger turner
Remember all you see each day
All the things that are around you and
Keep close to all the friends you have
in the bubble that surrounds you

Simple...

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Categories: absence, appreciation, family, love,

Do You Really Care by DrJim Martin
DO YOU REALLY CARE?
Dr. Jim Martin

In olden days folks seemed to care
About friends and strangers everywhere
Though things were often in short supply
There seemed enough to...

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Categories: care, family, relationship,

Premium MemberJoe Krutsinger, My First Grade Nemesis by Caren Krutsinger
Joe

Generous, Loving, Impeccable sense of humor, soft-hearted

Husband of mine.

Lover of Math, Charts, Computers, Games of Chance

Who feels empathy, joy, and passion

Who needs his family, his...

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Categories: endurance, family, husband, i

Premium MemberMy Princess by Caren Krutsinger
When I grow up, will I still be princess?

Of course, says glowing daddy. 
 
A roll of the queen’s eyes.
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Categories: 12th grade, family, father

The Rooted Lofty Tree by Besma Riabi Dziri
She sat there under a rooted lofty tree.. Shading branches and fanning leaves kept her company... The hissing of silence and the reigning of solitude...

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Categories: care, emotions, family, how