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Sibling Family Poems

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

Biological parents minted circa December 1st 1957
Biological parents minted circa December 1st, 1957

Amelie Beth Harris
fresh out womb blurted "ahoy"
melded as genetic
deoxynucleic acid alloy
awkward first time parents

natural affection did employ
Boyce and Harriet...

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

Premium Member The florida of My youth - My Generation
The Florida of My Youth - My Generation
By Franklin Price

Was born in mid November of nineteen forty five,
Was the last of seven siblings (only four...

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Categories: family, life,


Well, 62 years ago,
both of my parents were 'lost for words' and were simply amazed--
"That I kept on finding them!"
In the sibling department, there were...

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Categories: age, beautiful, birthday, family,

Blood Test
Seeming to decipher,
The count of the sample,
Whether white, red or dead,
It appears, each is ample,
The blood of our lives,
Not the fluid, arterial,
But the beings, among...

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Categories: brother, family, father, father

Premium Member Who I Am
I am from modest trailer park play 
        	From dandelion picking in the neighbors field of yellow weeds,...

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Categories: family, happy,

12 Sibling Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas,
my eldest brother Reuben said to me:
“Let us all serve Jesus Christ only”

On the second day of Christmas,
my older sibling...

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Categories: christian, devotion, family, religious,

Cherish Your Siblings
Siblings are tremendously great
Heaven knows, I am bless
Although this life is just a test
God knows I need a rest
So he gave me the best
Sisters from...

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Categories: family,

Uncle Aaron's Passing
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,

Premium Member Love Off-Sprung
  futures cavort below the horizon
  an expectant dawn glows, duly announcing the first born arrival
  tomorrow then forward smiles, feeling good

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Categories: children, family, love, tribute,

Premium Member No Doctor I Do Not Need Sleep
Twelve days of sleep deprivation has thrown
Aunt Zee into full blown manic.
And it did not help that a young
cute female doctor who was trying
to please,...

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Categories: family, abuse, addiction, bullying, child

Premium Member April Love
We began our late winter do-over
with a dirty ceramic bowl
during a too-much snowstorm.

Well, no,
obviously that's not where this rebirth story begins
but neither is a cream-colored...

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Categories: april, caregiving, family, health,

Premium Member Siblings

To measure how much love one sibling has for another
If one threatens to jump off a bridge, the other runs to tell mother
That pretty well...

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Categories: family,

Another Unwelcomed Visit
Emotionally distraught appearing almost physically pained
Lashes and cheeks soaked as if it had rained
Again death comes and knocks at my door.
My family so small how...

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Categories: brother, cancer, family, heartbroken,

Premium Member Red and TrueBlue Family--2
My dear Siblings,

I voted for Hillary. 
I would have preferred Bernie, 
but she agreed to much of his platform-especially universal health care and education and...

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Categories: family, america, caregiving, health, humanity,

Premium Member Red and Blue Estrangered Families
Dear Siblings Three,

I was reading a story
in which some siblings became estranged
after their parents died,
while others moved toward greater solidarity.

This is a variation on a...

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Categories: earth, faith, family, health,

Recorded Emotions
With me, there were word sounds and expressions of grief upon being informed of the passing of a sibling.  Each one's passing ignited a...

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Categories: family, anxiety, bereavement, brother, death,

A toddler when I was
No more than a toddler when I was,
Old enough on his own that can chill—
Two siblings came that came later still,
To play with them not...

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Categories: childhood, family, mother, remember,

The Parents in Rhymes: Their Life, Death and Times




Ten months apart, both parents dead
Their stories swirling in my head;
Memories I cannot...

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Categories: abuse, bereavement, family, father,

Decades have clocked past since we were capped by roof 
As you take your children down the history without and in us
We fondly and times...

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Categories: family, imagination,

If I Love You You Are My Family
If I love you,
then you are apart of my family.
If I care for you and think of you daily,
you are apart of my life.
It doesn't...

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Categories: emotions, family, love,